Caitlyn Ainge has been an indispensable part of the Maxwell Institute for the better part of the past six years. Ainge first applied at the Institute when she began her education as an English/editing major at Brigham Young University. To her editing skills she quickly added digital skills, helping Sandra Thorne maintain content on the Institute’s website by posting past publications, new articles, many books, transcripts, and other material. She was especially helpful in transferring archived material from the old website to the new over the past year, ensuring that old links redirected to their new homes. She also assisted me with an exciting project in honor of the thirty-fifth anniversary of the founding of FARMS which I’ll announce more about soon.
Ainge recently completed her masters of accountancy at BYU and has been snatched away from us by a large public accounting firm in New York City. The Institute has been blessed with many great interns and student employees over the years (the current ones are listed here), but Ainge’s long-time contributions deserve special recognition. We will miss her enthusiastic and always reliable work ethic and wish her the very best in all her future endeavors.