NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore
In her role as deputy director of NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore, Caitlin Mulrine helped create and implement a strategic framework for the grassroots mental health organization. This led to a dramatic growth in the number of people served, from about 4,000 when she joined in 2013 to nearly 10,000 this year.
“One in five people lives with a mental health condition, and the need for support is so great,” Mulrine said. “I’m happy to be a part of everything that NAMI Metro Baltimore is doing to meet that need.”
She is also working to strengthen the mental health and behavioral health components of a consent decree with the Department of Justice and the Baltimore Police Department, as a member of the Collaborative Planning and Implementation Committee.
She is a member of the Maryland Behavioral Health Coalition and advocates on behalf of NAMI with the General Assembly.
For the past five years, she has been an adviser to Kappa Kappa Gamma at Johns Hopkins University, mentoring the 18 officers who lead 120 undergraduate women.