Kaitlyn Dowling's work focuses on increasing the digital might of nonprofits, NGOs, foundations, and political campaigns. Kaitlyn has both a breadth and depth of experience in digital communications, marketing, and political organizing. She is currently Content Director at Women Online, a boutique digital PR and marketing firm.

As Content Director, Kaitlyn is responsible for creating effective, focused messaging that cuts through the noise. Her work informs and guides big picture strategic planning through short- and long-form content creation. She helps clients educate, inspire, and create social change through audience engagement both online and off.

Kaitlyn has managed digital campaigns for Priorities USA Action, the Malala Fund, Fox Searchlight, Pres. Obama's 2012 re-election campaign, Jose Antonio Vargas' EmergingUS, The Ad Council, National Geographic, American Cancer Society, Water.org, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, among others.

Kaitlyn attended the University of New Hampshire, where she graduated summa cum laude with university honors in major with a B.A. in political science. She was the 2011 recipient of the Caroline L. Gross Award for Excellence in Political Science. Her honors thesis explored the relationship between Millennials' political attitudes and civic behavior. 

Kaitlyn also has extensive political organizing experience, having worked with Obama for America in 2008, both during the New Hampshire primary and general election; the New Hampshire Democratic Party; the office of U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen; Rock the Vote; and with numerous issue advocacy campaigns.

Kaitlyn lives in the Boston area with her chihuahua, Carla Sagan. She enjoys running and yoga as a necessary foil to her love for cooking and eating.