Carol leads the creation of the Foundation’s communications strategy, media messages, web and social media content and marketing collateral.
Her experience includes developing fundraising communications materials for The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, directing communications for the University of Hartford’s College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions and managing all online communications for the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
Carol also founded Nonprofit MediaWorks, where she trained organizations on media strategies to inspire giving and political and social change. Earlier, she was part of the leadership team at Love Makes a Family, whose groundbreaking advocacy work led to marriage equality for same-sex couples in Connecticut.
Carol earned a bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College and holds master’s degrees from Bowling Green State University and the University of Hartford.
She lives in West Hartford with her spouse, Omayra.
Favorite Experience in Greater Waterbury and the Litchfield Hills
I love sipping coffee and browsing through texts at John Bale Bookstore in Waterbury while savoring the buzz of activity in this “third space”— next to home and work, it’s often where people find community with others: stoking ideas, breaking bread together, inspiring volunteerism and building relationships.
Ask Carol about
Storytelling, her book group, creating flowering herb gardens, foodie trips, her obsession with the New York Times, best beaches to body surf, and developing a brand strategy.