Caroline Cox joined ACS in July 2014 and currently serves as the Communications Fellow. As such, Caroline assists with the ACSBlog, social media outreach and generally raising the visibility of issues important to the ACS and its members.
Before joining ACS, Caroline served as a writer and U.S. Editor of the Harvard Political Review. During her time on staff she wrote mainly about the Supreme Court and campus politics. Caroline spent her last two years of college working with the Harvard First-Year Outdoor Program, a backpacking orientation program for freshmen. As a member of the organization's Steering Committee, she helped focus on increasing diversity and service-mindedness among leaders and participants alike.
Caroline graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College in 2014, concentrating in Social Studies with a focus on gender and education in the United States. Her academic interests include gender, race, justice and, in particular, the history of women's education. Caroline is a native of Knoxville, Tennessee, and she enjoys backpacking, cooking, and reading about twentieth-century American history.