Caroline joined Ryerson Career Centre as Director in July 2014 to oversee its restructuring to a 3 Pillar Model of Career Education, bridging the curricular and co-curricular student experience to develop agile graduates able to contribute to and thrive in the new economy. Since moving to this model in 2014, the team have received five national awards for their work.
As part of supporting the evolution of career education, Caroline is a Member of the Board, Canadian Association of Career Educators & Employers (CACEE). In her Board capacity, she co-authored the creation of national competencies for employer and career professionals involved in developing tomorrow’s talent.
Previously, as Head of Careers at University of Southampton, England, Caroline integrated a university-wide careers offering across three campuses and developed the University’s first paid on and off campus work experience program. Prior to this, she brings nearly a decade of experience working with multinational companies and government organizations in Brussels, London and Budapest. Caroline holds a BA, Honours in Political Science from the University of Toronto and an MA in International Politics from the Universite de Paris, XI.