Caroline is the Senior Manager for WRI’s growing portfolio of work focused on responsible agricultural supply chains. She leads the strategy for this cross-cutting work, ensuring relevant teams are set-up for success and have strategic alignment, championing the development of new initiatives and teams, and building partnerships to scale impact. She also serves as the interim lead for the GFW Pro team.

Prior to joining WRI, Caroline worked with The Nature Conservancy’s Freshwater Program in Gabon, Central Africa. In this role, she identified how the palm oil, rubber, timber, mining and road construction sectors impact freshwater resources and practical solutions for mitigating this. Previously, she worked with the National Park Agency of Gabon and a global timber company to produce timber best practice guidelines for the buffer zones surrounding Gabon’s national parks.

Caroline holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Biology and Archaeology from Boston University, and a Master of Environmental Management degree from Duke University.