A small-town girl at heart, Caitlin grew up spending long summer days moving pipe, cutting hay and raising cattle on her family’s ranch in Dillon, Montana. Caitlin knows just how special a small town and iconic scenery are to anyone making their home in the Rocky Mountain area.
Caitlin left small town Montana to pursue her dreams of working in television and graduated from the journalism program at Brigham Young University. While there, Caitlin met and married her husband, Spencer King, a third-generation Jackson native, who taught her to run the river, climb in the Tetons and embrace all that Jackson Hole has to offer.
Caitlin worked at Fox News in New York City and then returned to Utah where she spent eight years as a sports-television producer. Caitlin then followed her husband, Spencer, to the University of Wyoming where he earned his law degree.
Caitlin and her husband returned to Jackson for good, where her husband launched his law career. Since their return, Caitlin has been working as a fitness instructor at local gyms, volunteering at Hole Food Rescue and raising their two 4 th generation Wyomingites (Sloane and Taggart).
Caitlin’s deep-rooted connections to this valley and community help her to value what makes Jackson so special and unique.