Caroline serves as the Student Outreach and Advising Coordinator: This role is an exciting and innovative collaboration between two units, and will work to increase the potential positive community impact for University of Michigan sororities and fraternities. Primarily, Caroline will work with these organizations to amplify their service impact, embed critical reflection into their practices, and strengthen the partnership between the Ginsberg Center for Community Service Learning and Fraternity & Sorority Life.
Caroline holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Grand Valley State University, where she was an active member of the student life community, holding positions in both her NPC sorority as well as Alternative Breaks. She recently completed her graduate studies, obtaining her master’s in social worker from the University of Michigan, with a focus on children and youth in families in society. While in her master’s program, Caroline worked with multiple local community organizations, including Girls Group, Ozone House, and Community Action Network.
Caroline is passionate about lifelong learning, and seeks out information about reproductive justice, community building, and facilitating/participating in critical dialogue around social change. In her free time, she is trying to become an outdoor person by spending time in the Arboretum and Bird Hill nature center. She also enjoys exploring the Ann Arbor/Detroit restaurant scene, painting, and spending quality time with other people’s dogs.