UPDATE: Caitlin was just named one of the Top Outstanding Young Americans for 2017, joining a group of honorees that includes John F. Kennedy, Elvis Presley, Orson Welles, and Christopher Reeve, among others.
Are Millennials making you crazy at work?
Do you want to find out how Boomers will contribute most effectively?
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Is Gen Z confusing you already?
Hi, I'm Caitlin. I'm a Millennial. And I am here to help you solve your generational problems at work.
As a recent graduate of the University of Notre Dame, I have TONS of experience in the workplace. Ha! I'm kidding of course. Only a few years so far. But, I do have TONS of experience with smart, high-achieving men and women of my generation, the Millennial generation. And I do know what works with us, and what doesn't. I've also learned a lot about how we work well with other generations, and how other generations can connect more effectively in the workplace through extensive research and studies. Let me help you become the most connected workplace, ever, so you can attract the BEST of the BEST.
Where does my experience come from, you might ask?
As of age 15, I am the CEO and founder of a national nonprofit foundation called DreamCatchers Foundation. I started the organization when I was 15 years old, and since then we have grown to over 30 chapters across the US. DreamCatchers' purpose is to fulfill the final Dreams of hospice patients, terminally ill patients with 6 months or less to live. To do this, we have chapters run by youth in high school or college, who partner with their local hospices to fulfill patients' Dreams. So, we are bridging generational gaps at the same time. Through DreamCatchers, I have been able to see firsthand what works with Millennials and what doesn't; and, being a Millennial myself, I have seen the truth in it all. It's also led me to further understand how to bridge generational gaps, as that is a huge factor in how DreamCatchers works and prospers.
Feel free to check out my book to better understand my weird, crazy, unique generation called Millennials. More to come soon exploring how to bridge generational gaps in more ways than one.