As Senior Sustainability Manager, Caroline oversees the development of strategic outreach and engagement programs and communication campaigns to increase visibility of Temple’s climate commitment, improve literacy on critical sustainability and environmental justice issues, and build the capacity of the students, staff, and faculty to support the university's sustainability efforts. She coordinates and facilitates the implementation of the university's climate action plan and campus sustainability initiatives and assists in institutional reporting. 

Prior to joining the Office of Sustainability, Caroline worked as an electoral and advocacy organizer and political campaign strategist, most recently serving as the Pennsylvania State Director of Defend Our Future, the campus climate action organizing project of the Environmental Defense Fund. Caroline graduated from Florida State University with a B.S. in Sociology and a B.A. in American Studies in 2014. 

In 2023, Caroline earned a Master of Arts in Urban Bioethics from Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine. Her thesis investigated the role of university health systems in climate action planning processes, and she has general research interests in organizational ethics, critical urban studies, spatial justice, environmental health equity, and climate embodiment.