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Caitlin McClure

director

E. enquiries-us@fgsglobal.com
L. Washington, DC
Caitlin McClure

Contact Info

E. enquiries-us@fgsglobal.com

L. Washington, DC

Life at FGS Global

Develops and executes communications campaigns for clients across a range of industries. Specializes in campaign management, message and collateral development, media relations and media training.

Life Pre-FGS Global

Graduated from Tufts University with a BA in International Relations, Mass Communications, and Media Studies.

Life Beyond FGS Global

Committed company book club leader. Amateur baker, expert dinner party host.

Caitlin McClure is a Director in Finsbury Glover Hering’s Strategic Communications Division based in Washington, D.C., where she supports clients across issue areas including healthcare, technology, food and agriculture, sports and foreign policy.

Caitlin provides day-to-day account management to help clients navigate complex communications challenges, including crisis and reputation management, coalition building, thought leadership and internal communications restructuring. Over her six years with the company, Caitlin has gained significant experience developing and executing integrated communications strategies, often writing op-eds, talking points and collateral, managing reporter engagement, coordinating creative production and media training spokespeople. She also served as the global liaison for the company’s Washington, D.C. office, coordinating joint efforts across the firm’s international footprint.

Caitlin joined Finsbury Glover Hering directly from Tufts University, where she graduated with a BA in International Relations, Mass Communications, and Media Studies. Caitlin was a captain of the women’s basketball team that went to the NCAA Division III Final Four her senior year. Caitlin was also a reporter and editor for the Tufts Daily.

Caitlin grew up in Arlington, VA and currently resides in Washington D.C.’s Adams Morgan neighborhood.

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