Caroline is from Jackson, Mississippi, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and French from Tulane University in New Orleans. After graduation, she lived in southern France, where she worked as an elementary English teacher.
Since returning to the U.S., Caroline has lived in Washington, D.C. and worked for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and The Atlantic magazine. She has also interned at the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration and the House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security.
Caroline is a Pickering Fellow and will pursue a career as a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State after graduating from Georgetown. She is fluent in French and proficient in Spanish.
"As a prospective student, I attended the Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) class “Identity and Conflict” with Professor Mark Habeeb. Identity and the construction of narratives is fascinating to me, and I felt really inspired by the depth of the curiosity and experience that the students all brought to the conversation. The professor also clearly had an incredible amount of knowledge on the topic and had invited in a guest speaker with on-the-ground experience in conflict resolution related to the class topic: Israel and Palestine. I came away from that one short class feeling like I had gained a lot of new insights into the nature of conflict and the role of identity. I chose Georgetown because, after visiting, my anxiety about starting what I knew would be a very difficult and stressful master’s program started to change to genuine excitement. As a current student, the discussions I have had with professors and fellow students have been really rewarding, and the MSFS program’s focus on practical skills will help me perfect my ability to write concisely, research efficiently, and present confidently, all of which will be essential to my success as a Foreign Service Officer.”