Caitlin Harrity is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where she majored in Political Science and minored in International Development. At Penn, Caitlin was part of the Benjamin Franklin Scholars program and worked as both the managing editor of the International Relations Journal and a critical writing tutor at the Marks Family Writing Center. She was also involved as a Research Assistant in the Political Science Department of the University of Pennsylvania, conducting research on militant group alliances as well as the global diffusion of advanced military technology. Caitlin enjoys traveling, hiking, and exploring new restaurants with friends. She was drawn to ESC because of her passion for working one-on-one with students, helping them to improve their writing skills and gain confidence in their academic abilities.