Caroline has nearly a decade of teaching and tutoring experience in Spanish and ESL, and has taught both children and adults. She has tutored Spanish in D.C. since 2016 and enjoys working with students to improve their skills and to help them enjoy learning the language.

While in college at Wake Forest, Caroline worked as a Spanish tutor and teaching assistant, and she also volunteered as a tutor with an elementary after-school program. She studied abroad in Salamanca, Spain, where she took courses in Spanish literature, history, and art. After graduating, Caroline followed her passions for language and travel back to Spain, where she worked as a teaching assistant in a bilingual school in Madrid for two years. In Madrid, Caroline also tutored ESL to both children and adults and prepared students for language exams. She also taught a Spanish course at Emerson College in Boston.

Caroline graduated from Wake Forest in 2013 with a BA in Spanish and Sociology, and received her Master of Public Policy from The George Washington University in 2017. Currently, Caroline works at a federal agency conducting research and program audits. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, hiking, and traveling.