Caitlin Seery is a graduate of Princeton University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, with a concentration in Politics and certificates in Political Theory and Political Economy. She joined the Love and Fidelity Network after 3 years working as an Associate Consultant at Bain & Company in New York City. She is thrilled to bring skills and insights from her business background to an endeavor so close to her heart. While familiar with and supportive of the Anscombe Society during college, Caitlin’s time in the professional world ultimately motivated her to work to shape campus culture in a way that prepares students for healthy relationships and fruitful lives in the future. Caitlin’s writing has appeared in The Public Discourse, Mercatornet, AltCatholicah, and Verily Magazine, where she has written about dating, cohabitation, and sexual integrity. Caitlin can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Outreach Director
Kelsey Long is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross where she received a Bachelors of Arts, double majoring in Studies in World Literature and Studio Art, with a focus in photography, as well as minoring in Architectural Studies. As a sophomore at the College of the Holy Cross, Kelsey launched Off the Hook, which has grown into one of the Love and Fidelity Network’s most vibrant Member Groups. While participating in a Semester Away Program at the University of Pittsburgh in her junior year, Kelsey also co-founded the University of Pittsburgh’s Anscombe Society: Honor of Love. In 2011 Kelsey was a recipient of the Jenzabar Student Leadership Award. She has authored articles and hosted speakers, seminars, and discussions on the topics of marriage, family, and sexual integrity.
Founder and Senior Advisor
Cassandra L. Hough is a graduate of Princeton University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree with concentrations in Religion and East Asian Studies. She is a founder of Princeton’s student group, the Anscombe Society, which has received national attention for supporting the institutions of marriage, the role of the family, and chastity on Princeton’s campus. In 2007, Cassy was named a winner of the William E. Simon Fellowship of Noble Purpose, as well as a recipient of the Spirit of Princeton Award. After graduation, Cassy founded the Love and Fidelity Network to meet the needs of college students looking for resources and support to start initiatives similar to the Anscombe Society on their own college campuses. Cassy is a former contributor to the blog ModestlyYours. She and her work have been featured by The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Glenn Beck Program, Bill Bennett’s Morning in America, and other publications and shows. Cassy lives with her family in Princeton, where she continues to advise the student leaders of the Anscombe Society.