Caroline Rodriguez Nellie Mae Education Foundation NME Staff

Caroline Rodriguez


Caroline Rodriguez joined the foundation in 2018.

Previously, Caroline worked at Emerson College’s Social Justice Center as a social media strategist and Social Justice Cohort member from 2018 to 2019, as well as a student worker in the College’s Office of Intercultural Affairs. Caroline was also formerly the co-chair of Protesting Oppression With Educational Reform (POWER), a student organization that advocates for racial equity at Emerson College, as well as vice president of Flawless Brown, an artist collective for self-identifying women and nonbinary people of color.

Caroline graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual and Media Arts from Emerson College in May 2020.