Carolina was born and raised in Chile but her curiosity has led her to live in many parts of the world after getting her Bachelor’s in English and German Translation.
Following years of very eclectic work experience, she pursued a Master’s in Education after volunteering for Teach for All Chile and witnessing the striking differences and lack of opportunities between the private and public sectors. Her experience brought her to try her best to narrow the breach from the classroom with lots of love and understanding.
Arriving in the US a year ago, she has worked very closely to the Hispanic and Latino Community as a Translator and with the NKF of Arizona, educating the community on health and the importance of being an organ donor.
Convinced that the place and circumstances you were born into do not determine your hopes, dreams and destiny, she has joined the Florence Project team hoping to make a difference in the life of many fellow immigrants who have decided to make a better, safer and happier life for themselves and their families.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking, books, movies, trying new food, traveling and spending time with Olivia, her Chilean rescue dog that joined her on this adventure of making Arizona their new home.
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