Caitlin graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in environmental studies and medical anthropology. While a student, Caitlin interned at Eli Lilly and Company in their Global Oncology Business Unit on the launch of an oral lung cancer treatment. Following graduation, she worked in pancreatic cancer research with the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. She recently returned to the Los Angeles area to study stem cell biology at USC and is now an Associate with L.E.K. Consulting Life Sciences. Caitlin is an avid yogi and hiker and believes in using food as a medium for community development. She is a strong supporter of environmental activism and is regularly involved in Southern California ocean preservation. In her spare time, Caitlin leads cases for non-profit organizations with Inspire Consulting LEK. She also leads the LEK LA Women's Network and works with the LEK Community Service team.
High school: Palos Verdes High School
Dartmouth CollegeHanover, NH
|2016||B.S. Environmental Studies|
University of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA
|2019||M.S. Stem Cell Biology|
News and Highlights
Mental Note: Caitlin Zellers, MS ‘12, is one of three undergraduates to have curated an exhibit in the Dartmouth libraries this term. “Perturbations, Water Nymphes, and the Devil Perceptions of Mental Disease Then and Now,” is housed in the Class of 1965 Galleries in Rauner Special Collections Library and runs from April 2nd through June 21st.