Ms. Skopac was the Design Competition and Events Manager for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, where she worked on outreach initiatives and special events and competition-based projects. During her undergraduate work Caitlin interned as a researcher for Sesame Workshops’ Domestic Research group, where she loved being in the field and interacting with preschoolers from all over New York. She continued to work as a freelancer when her internship ended, and in 2007 she moved into an administrative assistant position for Sesame Workshops’ Corporate Communications department. Her work included assisting the Vice President of Public Relations while working closely with the press and events teams. Here Caitlin had the opportunity to work with the talented actors, and Muppeteers on the set of Sesame Street. At the Cooney Center, Caitlin worked on many projects, including the Cooney Center Leadership Forums, the Cooney Center Prizes, and the National STEM Video Game Challenge. Caitlin graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Media Studies and a minor in Psychology from Adelphi University.
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