Carolina is a media activist and the Communications Manager at the Immigrant Legal Resource Center. She helps develop and implement the ILRC’s multi-faceted communications strategies, integrating messaging development, advocacy, and social media, to educate, motivate, and influence audiences.
Her passion for public interest communications coupled with the possibilities offered by new digital technologies - especially in the area of social justice - have led her to be a creator of initiatives that give quick and effective answers to pressing social needs around the globe. Prior to joining the ILRC in 2021, Carolina worked with a variety of nonprofits both in the U.S. and abroad, including RAICES where she led the organization’s digital advocacy efforts as the Director of Social Media.
She holds two degrees — a BA in Media Production, Management, and Technology from the University of Florida, and an MSc in Digital Humanities from la Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia. Her thesis Defender, focused on the intersections between activism, interdisciplinary research and digital strategies to tell the stories of 3 human rights defenders in Colombia in the midst of a failing peace treaty. She is fluent in Spanish.