Caitlin Wall is the Policy Manager for Water Conservation at the National Audubon Society. She tracks and drives Audubon’s federal policy efforts, including legislation, proposals, and appropriations, related to strategic water conservation initiatives across the country. Previously, she served as the Senior Director of Policy for Potomac Conservancy where she developed and led campaign strategies to encourage elected officials and other decision makers to enact river-friendly land-use policies, clean water appropriations, and pollution reduction programs. She also managed the Conservancy’s biennial Potomac River Report Card.
Her other experience includes positions with the environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day, the Fund for William and Mary, Greenpeace, AmeriCorps, the Piedmont Environmental Council, and Colorado State University. Caitlin earned a BA from the College of William and Mary in public policy and environmental studies and an MA from Colorado State University in political science. For the past three years, she served as Faculty Advisory for the Washington Youth Summit and currently serves as a Senior Fellow in the Environmental Leadership Program. Caitlin enjoys hiking, camping, teaching yoga, and triathlons.