Caroline has a PhD from Harvard University where she studied history, specializing in the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British Empire. She received her BA in history with highest distinction from the University of Virginia in 2008 and her master's degree in history from Harvard in 2010.
Caroline has received numerous awards and grants for her work. She was a Jacob K. Javits fellow from and is currently a recipient of a Charlotte W. Newcombe dissertation completion fellowship for research in religion in ethics. At UVA, her thesis earned the Dabney prize for the best undergraduate thesis in European history, and she received the Younger award for best graduating student in history.
She has taught undergraduate students as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University and has tutored students one-on-one at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
Caroline was born and raised in northern Virginia and went to college in Charlottesville, VA. She has lived in Cambridge, MA, since 2008. In her spare time, she enjoys travel, reading, and occasional singing.
An avid traveler, Caroline has studied abroad in several cities and small towns in the U.K., France, and Spain, where she spent time in local and national archives completing original research for her dissertation.
As a PhD student, she had the pleasure of needing to make the occasional research trip, and particularly enjoys her visits to the U.K. She is always looking to add stamps to her passport and had the chance this past winter to visit Trinidad and Tobago.