Caroline joined Keystone’s New York office in 2020. Previously, Caroline worked at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office investigating major financial and economic crimes. She was drawn to Keystone’s unique approach to problem solving at the intersection of law, technology, and strategy.
Caroline studied Psychology and Applied Economics at Cornell, where she was a member of the varsity track & field team and a researcher in the Infant Studies Lab. In her free time, Caroline enjoys traveling, running, and taking art classes. She is also passionate about her work with New Hope Oklahoma – a nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of generational incarceration.