This expedition takes advantage of the long mid-summer hours of daylight as you trace pristine shores, cross the Arctic Circle, and observe countless numbers of seabirds. You’ll visit remote Bering Sea and Pribilof Island communities, and search for whales, northern fur seals, Arctic foxes, and brown bears.
Caitlin earned an M.A. from the University of Denver in International Administration, and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Denver. She currently serves as the Director of Philanthropy for The Nature Conservancy in Alaska, bringing over 15 years of international development and non-profit management experience, focusing on women’s health and conservation. One of her favorite professional accomplishments was participating in the United Nations Convention on Sustainable Development, helping to expand telemedicine across Alaska’s vast rural areas. Caitlin speaks Spanish fluently and enjoys traveling and exploring, especially the natural world. Caitlin is proud to call Alaska her chosen home and explores its wild landscapes every chance she gets.