Manager, Miller Omega Programs - InterPlanetary Project Director, Community Outreach
Caitlin Lorraine McShea moved to Santa Fe from Georgetown, Texas in June of 2010, to pursue a graduate degree from St. John’s College. She's now a director at large on the St. John's College Alumni Association Board. Having completed her Master’s degree, she began working on Canyon Road, eventually directing two premier contemporary art galleries. After a brief but wonderful trip throughout Europe, Caitlin returned to Santa Fe with hopes to one day open a late-night, European style, charcuterie bistro. She’s currently enrolled in the Culinary Arts Certification Program at the Santa Fe Community College, crafting delicious cured sausages, stove-top cheeses, and experimental pickles on the weekends.
When she’s not at SFI, SJC, or SFCC, you’re likely to find Caitlin sitting at the copper bar of the Shed, or curled up on the couch with her beautiful dog, Sullivan, re-reading Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude.
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