Caitlin Balch-Burnett

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Colorado Outreach Representative
(303) 825-0918
caitlin.balchburnett@defenders.org

Caitlin Balch-Burnett, Colorado Outreach RepresentativeCaitlin is the Colorado Outreach Representative for Defenders’ national outreach team. She works across the state with diverse grassroots organizations and media outlets to increase public support and awareness for wildlife conservation and to mobilize citizen advocates. Prior to joining Defenders, Caitlin interned with the Ecology and Economics Research Department at the Wilderness Society in Denver where she worked on oil and gas issues in the western United States. 

Caitlin was also a member of the Vermont Law School’s Carbon Reduction Task Force, which conducted an energy audit of the school and provided recommendations for reducing the school’s carbon footprint. Caitlin received her B.S. in Wildlife Biology (minor in Conservation Biology) from Colorado State University and her Masters in Environmental Law from the Vermont Law School.

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