Caroline Mead M.A. ’19
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Caroline was born and raised in Wisconsin. She attended Colorado College where she received her bachelor’s degree in art history. Throughout her years at CC, Caroline served as an Orientation leader, led an after-school arts program, and studied abroad in The Netherlands and Argentina.
After graduating in 2008, she began working as a curator and gallery manager in Colorado. In 2011, she moved to Oregon, landing first in Hood River. While in Hood River, Caroline realized how much she missed being part of a college campus community and in 2014, began working at Lewis & Clark Law School in the Admissions office. In 2017, she began a master’s program, focused on social justice issues in higher education and student affairs administration, at Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education.
In 2018, Caroline joined the Alumni, Parent, and Student Engagement office, where she is excited to help students and alums foster lifelong connections with Lewis & Clark and each other.
Caroline lives in SE Portland with her husband. She loves to read, try new restaurants, and hike in the Columbia Gorge.
Contact Caroline about:
• 5th & 10th Reunion Class Committee
• Holiday Party Coordinator
• Black & Orange Parties Coordinator
• Oral History Project
• Region: New England, Oregon, Washington