Caroline joined the Bank Information Center in 2020 to support BIC’s coalition-building efforts with CSOs and advocacy in the U.S. government. She focuses on educating Congress and government officials about current policy at MDBs, and the important role the U.S. plays in promoting oversight and accountability at these institutions. Caroline is passionate about empowering civil society to have a voice in the legislative process, seeking more equitable and transparent outcomes.
Before joining BIC, Caroline worked in policy at the state and federal level. Her most recent role was in a Congressional office, where she gained direct legislative experience and engaged with a variety of stakeholders on financial services and foreign affairs topics.
Caroline received her master’s degree in Global Finance, Trade, and Economic Integration from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. As a graduate student, Caroline participated in an exchange with The Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland, where she interned at the International Code of Conduct Association, a multi-stakeholder NGO focused on human rights. Caroline holds a bachelor’s degree in International Studies from the University of Denver.