Caroline D’Angelo was the Pulitzer Center's social media editor. Before joining the Pulitzer Center, she was the communications coordinator and staff writer for the Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership at the Wharton School.
While at Penn, she obtained a master's degree in environmental studies, focusing on international environmental policy and communications. She won the Society of Women Environmental Professionals' graduate scholarship and the Dean's Scholar Award, in addition to several grants for international research and reporting projects. After a research trip to Sri Lanka and India, she co-founded wH2O: The Journal of Gender & Water, the first journal on global water and women's issues, for which she serves as editor-in-chief.
An avid social media user, Caroline has led reporting projects and taught social media, writing and multimedia content production to university students from around the world. Her freelance work has been published in various magazines and blogs around the web. A proud Wahoo, she graduated from the University of Virginia after writing her thesis on environmental ethics. She is a 2013 Paul Miller Fellow with the National Press Foundation.
She is a former wilderness guide and musician, and loves to revisit those two former lives by playing music outside. Follow her on Twitter @carolineoutside.