Caroline Elliott (she/her) is the executive producer and host of the HERsay podcast, Today’s Woman public television programs, and HERsay aLIVE open mic live events. Caroline aims to take the perspective of the female audience, asking the questions we all have, and sharing the voices representing the power of women from every walk of life.
Caroline began work creating media programs on hit TV shows like Pop-Up Video, Storytellers, The RuPaul Show, and VH1 Fashion Awards and curated public programs and film programming for the Smithsonian, Museum of Contemporary Art, Institute of Contemporary Art, and the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.
While at home on maternity leave, Caroline noticed an absence of programming focused solely on the interests and needs of women, where women speak to women for the sake of educating and connecting across all walks of life.
Seeking to create community among all women, Caroline developed CPM Omnimedia to elevate the voices of women across multiple platforms; and encourage sharing, understanding, and expanding our ideas about what it means to be a woman.
Having lived and worked in Boston, New York City, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, and Winston-Salem, Caroline now lives in her home state of New York with her husband, two children, and a bevy of resident and foster cats. She’s trying to convince her husband to get a dog, as yet to no avail.
In her spare time, she loves watching films, going on road trips, trying new recipes, staying fit with dance, running, and yoga, and experiencing the world through the eyes of her kids. Also coffee, coffee, coffee (and tea).
In addition to advocating for women, Caroline supports the needs of children, seniors, and animals. She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from Boston University. She lives in upstate New York with her husband Patrick, her two children, four rescue cats, and Golden Retriever, Clara.
Caitlin Whyte (she/her) is the producer and editor of the HERsay Podcast.
Her love of audio and sound started early, majoring in Audio / Radio Production & Broadcast Management at SUNY Plattsburgh in Northern New York. This passion brought her to Western Alaska, where she worked as a morning show host for KNOM Radio, and then back home to WXXI News in Rochester, New York where she was the Weekend Edition Host and reporter for three years.
She has turned this passion for sound into helping people create their own podcasts - offering services such as audio consulting, podcast launching, and editing.
She now lives in Buffalo, New York (Go Bills) with her boyfriend & cat. When not recording from her spare closet turned vocal booth, Caitlin is most likely embroidering or doing Yoga with Adriene videos.
Caroline Dehn is the HERsay Podcast Production Intern. She is a student at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Creative Writing and French.
Her love for writing and current events has sparked interest in journalism and media production. In her free time, Caroline enjoys hiking, singing, and testing new recipes.