Caroline serves as a Senior Associate in the Strategies 360 D.C office. Having both a scientific and research background, Caroline brings a unique perspective to serve S360’s clients. Her foundation in biology, climate science, and social policy research grants her with strong data analysis and analytical skills which she uses to clearly and effectively advise clients.
Prior to S360, Caroline worked for MDRC’s Center for Data Insight as a Research Assistant. There she focused on the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Data Innovation (TDI) initiative and TANF Data Collaborative (TDC). As a Research Assistant she supported TANF agency efforts to routinely use TANF data to inform policy. Caroline also developed workshops and webinars to state agency and non-profit staff, informing them on data quality control and analysis.
Caroline has experience with project development, prototyping, conducting co-design workshops, and traveling abroad for field work through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT D-Lab. As a Research Assistant at the (MIT) D-Lab, Caroline conducted needs assessment surveys, focus groups, and co-designed workshops for the Xylem Water Filter Project in Uttarakhand, India. She also conducted skills-building trainings for refugee youth in Athens, Greece through D-Lab’s Humanitarian Innovation.
Caroline earned her Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences from Wellesley College. She is passionate about climate and ocean science, public health, human rights and women’s empowerment.
In her free time, Caroline loves to run and as a new D.C resident, she is excited to try new routes around the monuments and along the Potomac.