Caroline Langston Jarboe
Caroline Langston Jarboe comes to CAC from the Global Investigative Journalism Network, where she was its founding director of development. Previously, she was director of strategy and planning for foundation relations at The Atlantic, where she steered fundraising for its first grant-funded multi-platform initiatives, including projects on criminal justice reform, democracy and the rule of law, and global religion. She was director of foundations at The Center for Public Integrity, and before that, began her career in development at NPR. She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Tulane University, where she received a BA in American Studies, and also earned an MFA from the University of Houston Creative Writing Program.