Caitlin Mori grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her interest in the environment began as a love for ocean life and later developed into concern for the ways that turbulent weather patterns and rising sea levels were harming her island home. In 2014, she graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics & Philosophy. She then moved to Washington, DC to work as a legal specialist for Google. In this role, she gained a deeper understanding of how private and public sectors collaborate to pass legislation benefiting both consumers and corporations. Additionally, she worked with the Google for Startups team, helping emerging companies incorporate the UN Sustainable Development Goals into their business models. In 2018, Caitlin began volunteering with nonprofit EcoAction Arlington, leading their Green Dining initiative to promote sustainable practices in local restaurants. This included a survey of 110+ businesses regarding their use of plastic takeout materials and creating an online “green dining” database. At the Bren School, Caitlin will continue this prior work by specializing in Corporate Environmental Management. Upon completion, she aims to bring her expertise to the private sector, developing thoughtful sustainability models that redefine corporate success.