Kathleen Caputi

Senior Vice President

Kathleen has written and managed award-winning projects for a wide variety of clients in professional services including law, accounting and architecture, and such industries as real estate, telecommunications, entertainment, cosmetics and fitness. Her relationships with business, trade and general interest reporters allows her to place clients in directly targeted media as well as collateral publications, both online and in print.

For client Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, Kathleen won three industry awards, including a MarCom Gold, Summit International and APEX Writing Award for her work as author and overall project manager for a 180-page commemorative coffee table book, “Welcome Aboard, A History of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.”

Her work for Epoch 5 client Transdev, publicizing the world premiere of the international photo exhibit “Journeys to School,” at the United Nations Visitor Centre in New York City garnered Epoch 5 “Public Relations Campaign of the Year” honors from the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island. For fitness industry clients Life Time Fitness and OrangeTheory Fitness, Kathleen successfully orchestrated grand opening publicity, including a cover story in Newsday’s Explore L.I.

Kathleen was honored the Top 50 Women in Business on Long Island by Long Island Business News in 2018.

Prior to joining Epoch 5, Kathleen managed Cablevision System Corporation’s employee communications effort throughout a period of tremendous growth. She has written and consulted for the global human resources group at Avon, edited various academic texts and articles for graduate level education programs and was a regular feature writer for a national trade magazine.

Kathleen is involved in a number of community projects that serve vulnerable populations. She has served as a board member for Roberta’s Hope, raising money for services for breast cancer patients and their families; the Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative’s food and shelter programs; and Pet Peeves, which raises funds to support animal shelters, spay/neuter and humane education programs.