Indianapolis – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana (BBBSCI) is excited to welcome Caitlin Bain as the Development Director. Caitlin joined the team on Monday, January 8, 2018.
As Development Director, Caitlin will lead the agency’s individual giving and donor relations efforts. In her most recent role, Caitlin served as Director of the Cathedral Fund at Cathedral High School. Prior to that, she worked as a Development Officer at Kiwanis Children’s Fund where she also served as a Campaign Area Director during their global campaign for children in partnership with UNICEF – The Eliminate Project. This campaign raised its goal of $110 million in support of targeted efforts to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. Caitlin has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Marian University and a Masters in Public Affairs, Nonprofit Managements from IUPUI’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
“To say that I am excited to join Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana is an understatement,” Caitlin shares. “I am a mom, oldest of six siblings, and a mentor myself. I have been fortunate to have many people who have served as mentors in my own life, which contributes to my firm belief in the mission of BBBSCI. It is amazing to see the impact this agency has on Indiana youth. Big things are in store for the future and I look forward to helping serve even more youth in our community.”
Caitlin can be reached by emailing [email protected] or calling 317-472-3731.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana will serve 1,200 youth this year by proving them with mentors (Bigs). BBBSCI partners with parents, guardians, volunteers, schools, donors, and others in the community to be accountable for helping youth in our program achieve higher aspirations, greater confidence, educational success, and avoidance of risky behaviors. An affiliate of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and a United Way partner, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana is a non-profit organization that provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.