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Caitlin Klevorick
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Caitlin Klevorick is the principal of CBK Strategies, a strategic consultant helping clients develop and execute a vision and strategy to meet their mission, navigate challenges and create opportunities. She has extensive experience in crisis management, strategic communications, public policy, political engagement and organizational development. She has worked with Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, high profile individuals, political campaigns, non-profits, and government agencies. From 2009-2013 Caitlin served at the Department of State. She was involved in managing the Department’s policy and communications strategy on key priorities and emerging issues. She also helped launch Text HAITI to 90999, which became the most successful mobile giving effort in history raising more than $35 million. Caitlin has worked on several national and statewide political campaigns, as a researcher on several books, and several foundations. She holds a BA from Yale University and a JD from Fordham Law School.

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Why America Likes the DC on TV: Schadenfreude

(2) Comments | Posted March 7, 2014 | 2:02 PM

In the past month with anticipation and release of Season 2 of House of Cards, there has been a slew of stories about who watches the show and why they watch. A particular focus has been on those who live in the political world. And it isn't just House of...

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4 Years Later: Haiti's Progress Not Always Visible to the Naked Eye

(1) Comments | Posted January 15, 2014 | 4:15 PM

Sunday was the four year anniversary of the tragic Haiti earthquake that took the lives of hundreds of thousands, left so many more with serious injuries, and quite literally reduced much of the capitol city of Port-au-Prince to rubble. Thirty-five seconds. That's all it took. I remember standing awestruck as...

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Time To Get Off The Disaster Reporting Merry-Go-Round

(1) Comments | Posted November 16, 2013 | 11:32 AM

Our society is drawn to disasters. The urgency and the dramatic pictures shake us to our core. Much of the media knows this and they devote hours of coverage to the devastation. It becomes cyclical, the public's fascination--perhaps a type of virtual disaster tourism--drives more coverage, and around...

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The Disconnect: Democracy Abroad and at Home

(5) Comments | Posted April 22, 2013 | 6:23 PM

Since last Monday afternoon we have seen our nation come together in response to all that transpired in Boston and the surrounding area. Pride in being an American, compassion for others, and an overwhelming sense of unity have swept the nation. America has shown the world...

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Our Unhealthy View of Mental Health (and Mental Illness)

(14) Comments | Posted March 2, 2013 | 1:52 PM

Mental illness. Two words that cause people to cast judgment or turn away. It is, perhaps, the ultimate example of a stigma. Society probably spends more time trying to ignore mental illness than to understand it. And that's not easy to do given how many people mental illness affects.

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