A communications and media relations professional, Kaitlynn has worked with some of Canada's leading brands to bring corporate storytelling to life. Having worked in both agency and corporate settings, Kaitlynn takes an insights-led approach to developing aspirational and practical communications strategies.
As a member of the corporate communications team at CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO), Kaitlynn leads the organizations public relations initiatives and serves as a media spokesperson.
Kaitlynn is an avid traveller, knowledgeable about travel and tourism trends, having previously served as the manager of global public relations and partnerships for Fairmont Hotels & Resorts.
Industry Expertise (3)
Areas of Expertise (4)
Humber College: Post Graduate Certificate, Public Relations
University of Toronto: B.A. (Hons.), Political Science
Media Appearances (12)
Drivers facing messy commute amid downpours
“The most important thing is to make sure you are driving according to the weather conditions and if you do see standing water or any water on the road do not attempt to drive through it,” Spokesperson Kaitlynn Furse told CP24 on Tuesday morning.
Drivers Urged To Get Their Cars Ready For Summer Driving
AM 800 CKLW radio
"We recommend bringing your car into your maintenance facility and getting a thorough inspection to make sure it's in good working order and so you won't have any issues on the road," says Furse.
Drivers pocket savings by allowing their insurer to come along for the ride
Financial Post online
“If you’re a driver who drives low kilometres, doesn’t speed, and doesn’t have jerky driving, that kind of thing, then you have a lower likelihood of making a claim so you get a discount based on that driving behaviour,” said Kaitlynn Furse, spokeswoman for CAA South Central Ontario, which offers a service called CAA Connect that uses a telematics device plugged into the car.
How to plan a worry-free adventure
Toronto Star print
"It's one thing to get to a place, but there's so many great little towns with things to see along the way," she says. "Doing research in advance lets you see if you can do a pit stop and have a picnic in a place you may not have otherwise seen."
Quick Fix at Five: Consider a cruise for your next getaway
CTV News Kitchner tv
From CTV Kitchener's Rosie Del Campo: Kaitlynn Furse from CAA looks at the pros and cons of cruises
Saturday News: Toronto at 6:00
CBC News tv
How to stay safe during a freezing rain storm.
Thousands of Ontarians gearing up for a March Break road trip
“While many families continue to choose popular international destinations for March break such as Myrtle Beach and Orlando, many are also choosing to stay closer to home to explore our own backyard this spring vacation season,” said Kaitlynn Furse, public relations manager for CAA South Central Ontario...
Canadian snowbirds flying further South
More snowbirds are choosing more exotic destinations for the winter months.
Are winter tires necessary? "Absolutely Crucial" expert says
Yahoo News Canada
Every year when temperature starts the drop and snow starts to fall, the winter tires debate springs up. From questions about when to put them on, to discussions about their cost versus road safety, consensus on the winter tire argument never seems to happen.
End Of Daylight Saving Poses Risks For Pedestrians in Halton and Beyond
CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) is reminding drivers and pedestrians that road safety is everyone’s responsibility - and great care and caution should be practiced.
Snow in April? It’s too soon to take off your winter tires
Hamilton Spectator online
It's finally feeling a little bit more like spring in southern Ontario, so you might conclude that it's time to take off the snow tires.
Hang on, experts say.
IN Studio - Preparing for Winter Driving
Rogers Kitchener tv
Details about the CHYM Tree of Hope, getting ready for winter with CAA and Explore Waterloo Region.