Caitlyn Lamdin is a Vermont native who is passionate about the intersection of international education and social justice. At Vassar College, Caitlyn received her B.A. in Religion and Africana Studies and minored in both French and Arabic. During her tenure at Vassar, Caitlyn traveled to Ghana as teacher, Morocco as student, and Tunisia as intern. She then received the Ann Cornelisen Fellowship for Language Study and returned to Morocco to study Modern Standard Arabic for one year. Upon her return, Caitlyn joined the Teach for America 2012 Mississippi Delta Corps and taught high school French in Greenville, MS for three years. During that time, she founded Greenville Goes Global (GGG), a program to expand access to international travel for the economically disadvantaged students of the Mississippi Delta. GGG has brought over 75 students to Europe and Mexico since 2013. She also acted as the founder and manager of the GoGlobal Grant, which awarded international travel scholarships of up to $500 for low-income high school students. Caitlyn left Mississippi in 2015 to pursue a Master’s in International Education Management from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. She completed her practicum with OneWorld Now! and transitioned to a full time role in 2016. Outside of OneWorld Now, Caitlyn loves to dance, choreograph, make Harry Potter references, and cuddle with her 16 lb cat named Ian.