Caitlin Mitropoulos

VIC Representative
Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group EC Representative

Caitlin has been employed at the National Trust of Australia (Victoria) in the role of Heritage Advocacy Advisor since 2015. Her role includes the coordination of advocacy campaigns and public programs on behalf of the National Trust, developing digital communications and social media content, and managing projects and initiatives as part of the National Trust’s Reconciliation Action Plan. She provides administrative support for the National Trust’s Aboriginal Advisory Committee, Built Environment Committee, Public Art Committee and Suburban Modern Working Group. She is also a member of the National Trust’s Buildings and Estates Committee and Como Approach Working Group, which has included the coordination of various skill-based workshops.

In 2017 Caitlin co-founded the Emerging Professionals of Cultural Heritage Network (Victoria) (EPoCH) with the intention of creating a network for people actively engaged in the heritage field, primarily aimed at those living and working in Melbourne and regional Victoria. Now with over 200 members, EPoCH provides opportunities for emerging professionals who work, study or volunteer within the heritage field to network, socialise and undertake professional development.

Caitlin has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) majoring in History, and was one of the first graduates of the Masters of Urban and Cultural Heritage at the University of Melbourne in 2015. She is a Full International Member of ICOMOS (Young and Emerging Professional), and a member/supporter of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria), the Australian Garden History Society, DOCOMOMO, the Robin Boyd Foundation, and Beaumaris Modern.