She’s been involved with Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy for the last eight years. She helped revive the Boston Chapter serving as co-chair for five years and joined the national board in 2015. She currently serves as the Vice-Chair and oversees the Strategies and Initiatives committee’s work on EPIP’s strategic plan. She also serves as a senior adviser to the New York Community Trust’s Leadership Fellows program and a board member of Restaurant Opportunities Center United’s consumer engagement efforts, Diner’s United.
Caitlin Fisher is a leadership development practitioner and expert in network theory and management. She currently serves as the Director of Leadership Initiatives at the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. In her role, she oversees three leadership development programs offered to the Chamber’s membership: Women’s Leadership Program, Boston’s Future Leaders, and Executive Leadership Institute. Prior to her role at the Chamber, she spent ten years working for philanthropist Swanee Hunt, in her private family foundation, Swanee Hunt Alternatives. She most recently served as Acting Director of the Prime Movers program, a national fellowship program investing in social movement leaders—individuals who are changing the world in which we live: shifting cultural norms and policy as well as mobilizing people to get involved.
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