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senior logistics manager | enigmatologist
Hometown: Portage, MI
Born and raised on Michigan winters, Caitlin made the move to follow her family to the sunny state of Arizona. She is now settled in Queen Creek with her husband and pup Lanie, and is enjoying not driving in the snow – or shoveling it – anymore.
Caitlin earned her degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Grand Valley State University, and soon after gained a plethora of experience in the fast-paced world of event planning. From working on large-scale conferences to being a cruise director on a riverboat in the Pacific Northwest, Caitlin has seen and done it all. She brings to automätik her acute attention to detail and passion for executing memorable experiential events.
When she is not planning everything down to the very last detail, Caitlin is testing a new recipe, reading a good book, or watching the latest hit TV show. You can usually find her and her husband Hayden spoiling their dog and doing DIY home projects together!
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