Caitlin Heising is a leader in next generation (next gen) philanthropy. Passionate about human rights, Caitlin currently works with Article 3 Advisors, a human rights and strategic philanthropy consultancy based in San Francisco. As a founding member of Maverick Collective, a groundbreaking philanthropic and advocacy initiative to transform the lives of girls and women around the world, Caitlin focuses on empowering teen moms in Nicaragua with contraceptive choices to decide their futures. She is also a Research Fellow at Institute for the Future, where she collaborates on research projects exploring the future of philanthropy. Caitlin graduated from Brown University in 2012 with a B.A. in international relations and a focus in politics, culture, and identity.