Lead Digital Advocacy Strategist
Cait Beroza is the Lead Digital Advocacy Strategist at America’s Public Television Stations, where she brings her background in digital communications, social community management, and grassroots and grasstops advocacy to advance public television’s advocacy goals and visibility across digital platforms.
In partnership with NPR, Cait directs Protect My Public Media, a grassroots advocacy network of more than 750,000 viewers and listeners, 400 local public radio and television stations and public media organizations, who act to protect federal funding for public media. In her role, she provides leadership to conceptualize, plan and execute high-impact digital communications strategies to mobilize grassroots advocates, support campaign partners and tell public media’s story of essential public service to legislators and the public.
She also oversees APTS’s social media presence and implements tactics to increase the profile of the organization and local public television stations across the country. Previously, Cait managed the APTS Leadership Council, a nationwide network of community ambassadors for public television.
Cait joined America’s Public Television Stations in June 2011 and has held roles as the organization’s Government Relations Assistant and Advocacy and Social Media Manager prior to her current position. Previously, she consulted for several congressional campaigns for Members of the House of Representatives.
Cait is a lifelong resident of the greater Washington, D.C. region. She graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a bachelor’s degree in Government & Politics.