Caroline is a Program Coordinator for Shatterproof, working under the National Treatment Quality Initiatives. She is focused on research with insurance companies and providers to understand and encourage evidence-based addiction treatment.
Caroline brings a history of working in policy and advocacy, and a knowledge of addiction and treatment. Prior to coming to Shatterproof, Caroline worked in communications and data analysis at the Viral Hepatitis Program of the NYC Health Department, and in policy research at Raising Women’s Voices – a nationwide advocacy nonprofit. She is also an experienced HIV/hepatitis C test counselor, and has conducted sessions with over 150 clients in addiction treatment centers and at street-based outreach.
Caroline is committed to Shatterproof’s mission of increasing access to addiction treatment and breaking the stigma that has forced those struggling with addiction, and their loved ones, to hide away.
Caroline has a B.A. in Public Health and French from the University of California at Berkeley and an MPH from the Mailman School of Public Health. She was born and raised in the California Bay Area, and currently resides in New York City with her cat.