Caitlyn Brazill

Chief Revenue Officer

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Pronouns: She/Her

As Chief Revenue Officer, Caitlyn is responsible for leading strategic development and execution of Per Scholas’ sustainability model, including earned and raised revenue, and leading a comprehensive communications strategy. Her team supports Per Scholas leaders across markets, creating multi-faceted relationships with employers, learners, donors, companies, foundations, government agencies and individuals to power Per Scholas’ mission. Since she joined the organization in 2017, Caitlyn has helped increase Per Scholas revenue 6x, providing the fuel needed to launch in 15+ new markets and dramatically increase impact. Caitlyn has more than 20 years of experience in the public and non-profit sector, including as Senior Vice President for Strategic Partnerships at CAMBA, Director of Policy and Communications at NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy and Director of Research and Policy at the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs’ Office of Financial Empowerment. She has expertise in fundraising and communications, program evaluation and design, research, policy advocacy, and organizational development. Caitlyn has focused on economic mobility throughout her career through a diverse set of policy domains, including asset building, housing, workforce and youth development. Caitlyn was an Adjunct Professor of Public Administration at New York University from 2005-2018, and including developing and teaching a graduate level course on Wealth and Inequality. She is an accomplished speaker, and was named to “Top 100 Women Leaders NYC” list by Women we Admire in 2021. Caitlyn earned her Master’s in Public Administration at NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service, and lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and three children.


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Per Scholas is proud to announce that we are winners of the 2023 Kristof Holiday Impact Prize, and we have been selected as a beneficiary of The New York Times Communities Fund. Contributions from these campaigns will fuel Per Scholas’ Career Access Fund, providing thousands of diverse learners in 2024 with everything they need to unlock their potential through tuition-free tech training.

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