Caroline is a current member and former president of the board of the Danny Did Foundation where she advocates for creating awareness of epilepsy and helping families access seizure detection devices which are not currently covered by insurance. As President of the Board, she also spent time in Springfield advocating for the legalization of medical cannabis to include patients with epilepsy and allow children suffering from seizures to have access to the medical cannabis oil which can provide life-changing results when all medications have failed.
Caroline served four years on the board of Personal PAC, fighting for women’s access to reproductive health care and was appointed in 2013 to serve on the board of the State of Illinois Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan. She currently serves on the board of the Chicago Area Public Affairs Group and is a member of the Leader Council of the Mercy Home for Boys and Girls.
Caroline is a 2014 graduate of the Illinois Women’s Institute for Leadership (IWIL) and is an active member of the Sauganash Elementary Local School Council where her daughter attends school.
In her work, Caroline manages employer relations and partnerships for DePaul University’s Career Center. Caroline partners closely with Chicago area businesses and nonprofit organizations that are interested in hiring DePaul students and alumni. She also presents workshops to area employers on internship best practices and the value of paying interns.
Caroline and her husband, Brandon, have an 8 year-old daughter who is a 3rd grader at a Chicago Public School. They live in Sauganash Park.