Caitlin Dulany grew up in Brooklyn, New York and attended St. Ann's School, where her mother was a teacher and school administrator. After graduating from Northwestern University in Chicago, she split her time between New York and Los Angeles, appearing in numerous television shows, including Law and Order, ER and Criminal Minds, among others. Her film work includes the Todd Phillip's produced Project X, and Spike Lee’s Oldboy.
The roots of Caitlin’s interest in advocacy and activism stem back to her upbringing; the Civil Rights, Anti-Vietnam War and United Farm Workers Movements were seminal to her parents beliefs and instilled in her the idea that social and cultural movements matter.
While Caitlin was raising her son, she took on a number of leadership positions in organizations that support educational programs in the Los Angeles public school system. She is also passionate about the environment and currently works in Environmental Education with TreePeople, an environmental advocacy group based in LA.
Since joining the #MeToo movement and speaking out about her experiences with Harvey Weinstein, Caitlin has become a passionate advocate for change in the areas of sexual assault and harassment laws and policy, victim’s rights, and equity. She is proud to call herself a Silence Breaker and to lend her voice and experience to this movement and the important issues it is shining a light on.