Caitlin Fisher is the acting director of Hunt Alternatives’ Prime Movers: Cultivating Social Capital program—a national fellowship program supporting social movement leaders who are changing the world in which we live: shifting cultural norms and policy as well as mobilizing people to get involved. Caitlin manages the content development and implementation of the program’s peer convenings, oversees selection and grantmaking processes, and maintains relationships among fellows, and with Hunt Alternatives and our external partners. She is thrilled to join the EPIP National board after several years of service as a co-chair of the Boston EPIP Chapter. She brings knowledge about supporting leaders through grantmaking and how to lead with a network mindset. Caitlin holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from Fairfield University and hails from Rochester, NY but calls the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston home.