Caitlin Ho

Pronouns: She/Her

Caitlin Ho is the Program Director for the Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP). She oversees HCAP’s programs and partnerships, manages reporting, and coordinates HCAP’s student leadership programs.

Caitlin has worked for the past 10 years supporting community organizations to advance social justice. Prior to joining HCAP, Caitlin was the Grant and Loan Program Manager at the Hopewell Fund, where she provided resources to women’s health clinics, and served as Senior Associate at NoVo Foundation, where she supported organizations focused on ending gender-based violence, advancing economic justice, and building the leadership of young women of color. Caitlin has also worked for the Center for Students of Color at Brown University and served as the Pan-Asian Student Coordinator.

Caitlin received her B.A. in Ethnic Studies and Political Science from Brown University, and her M.S. in Urban Policy and Leadership from Hunter College CUNY. Caitlin was also a CUNY Women’s Public Service Policy Fellow, and served as a local chapter leader of the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF).