KALLANDER & ASSOCIATES
CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR at
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Raised in south central Alaska, Caroline recently graduated in 2018 from the University of Notre Dame with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and focus in International Relations and Human Rights Studies.
Now living in Anchorage, Caroline assists the K&A and Arctic Encounter teams in addition to serving as an Account Executive at an Anchorage business consulting, marketing, and advertising firm. Caroline’s passion and dedication to creative content and marketing is central to her work in Alaska, the Arctic, and beyond.
During her university studies, Caroline focused on international human rights law, refugee law, and photography in Paris at the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) and worked for several French NGO’s serving refugees and displaced peoples in Europe. This passion translates directly to Caroline’s interest in populations impacted by climate change in the Arctic. Caroline began working with Kallander & Associates and the Arctic Encounter Symposium in 2018 while organizing the Arctic Youth Initiative photography exhibit which highlighted the perspectives of young people in a changing Arctic as well as the first annual Arctic Encounter ‘Far North Fashion Show,’ which featured designers, models, and artists inspired by the melange of old and new indigenous Arctic cultures.
Caroline is passionate about the Arctic, journalism, and telling important stories on human connection. As a member of the K&A team, she is helping to cultivate a new K&A subsidiary and start up which will highlight global fisheries and the people working to sustain them.