Caitlin Rose Wilson is a writer and publicist based in Denver. She always wanted to be a writer (except for that time she briefly wanted to run for office) and has honed her craft working with and for small businesses for over a decade. Caitlin is a self-proclaimed word nerd, grammar snob, and believer in the Oxford comma. She is an aspiring children’s book author and lover of bookstores and libraries. Caitlin enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her husband and their two wild toddler girls, Sutton and Winnie, and her geriatric fat cat, Super Grover.
Caitlin has worked as a writer and publicist for many of Denver’s finest advertising and public relations agencies. Her industry experience includes healthcare, tech, government, arts and culture, retail, real estate, non-profit, and more.
Caitlin holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Political Science, with a certificate in Public Relations from the University of Colorado, Denver. She graduated summa cum laude.
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