Caitlin Beckett

Class of 2015

Caitlin Beckett, a generation Y Tucsonan, received her BA in Finance from the University of Arizona. During college, she co-founded and led YOUnion Aid, a sustainability committee made up of volunteer students supported by a $30,000 grant from the University of Arizona Student Unions. Her philanthropic spirit then led her to work in non-profit development, where she has been for almost three years. Caitlin started this journey as the head of the development department at Green Fields Country Day School. Currently, she enjoys making a positive impact on her community by working in the social work sector doing marketing and special events for Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse.
With the encouragement of her father, a private contractor and real estate investor, she purchased her first rental property at the age of 21 and continues to manage the property for rental income while completing a series of renovations. Although Caitlin’s background is mostly in business management, she also continues to study design, visual communication and film. She plans to use her passion for art, along with her love for public speaking, to help her communicate messages of social progress to the world in innovative and efficient ways. As a consumer and environmental advocate, Caitlin is dedicated to spending her life fighting for both middle class families and a healthy, opportunity filled planet. She is an ardent defender of the value of education and good nutrition as a means to raising the level of equality, while decreasing poverty and suffering within the United States and beyond.

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