Caitlin Abber is the Senior Features Editor at Bustle: the online community and news site. Prior to Bustle, she was a producer and journalist for Public Radio International, where she focused on millennials and politics. Also, she was the Senior Editor at Women’s Health, where she produced and hosted the podcast, Uninterrupted. Notable guests on the show include Gloria Steinem, Chirlane McCray, Margaret Cho, Ivanka Trump, Padma Lakshmi, Arianna Huffington, and more. Caitlin was previously the Issues Editor at MTV News, as well as the Managing Editor of MTV Act. As the Issues Beat Lead at MTV News, she was tasked with building and executing on a comprehensive editorial calendar structured around breaking news, politics, social justice, sexual, and mental health issues that impact the lives of millennials. Under Abber's management, MTV's social justice vertical received an honorary award for Best Youth Website at the 2014 Webby's. Before MTV, Abber freelanced for outlets such as Hello Giggles, XO Jane, and Conversion Planet. Abber received her undergraduate degree from Hofstra University in 2006, and a Masters In Media Studies from the New School in 2011.
Taylor Swift, Furiosa, And The Truth About Violent Women Being Cool
MTV [May 22,2015]
Let's Talk About The Way We Talked About Sansa Stark And Emma Sulkowicz This Week
MTV [May 20,2015]
Was Canceling Her Wedding The Most Important Thing Miley Cyrus Has Ever Done?
MTV [May 12,2015]
In Searching For The Perfect Rape Case, Rolling Stone May Have Revealed The Truth About Sexual Assault Survivors
MTV [April 6,2015]
Will Doing This One Thing Change Women's History Forever?
MTV [March 1,2015]
What Are The Rules For Talking About Bruce Jenner? Here's What MTV News Is And Isn't Saying
MTV [February 6,2015]
Edie Windsor and Roberta Kaplan Helped End Doma. but What are they most Proud of?
MTV [October 22,2014]
Sorry Mom, the kids won't be coming home for Thanksgiving this year
PRI [November 16, 2016]
Millennials have to wonder: Have baby boomers ruined everything?
PRI [October 1, 2016]
Clinton Courts Millennial Voters
PRI & WNYC [September 20, 2016]
Around the World in 28 Periods
Women's Health [May 27, 2016]
Ivanka Trump on Working Women, Seizing Opportunities, and Why She's Proud of Her Father
Women's Health [May 6, 2016]
Why Are Men Still Telling Hillary Clinton to Smile?
Women's Health [March 16, 2016]