United States Department of State
Caroline P. Mauldin joined the Obama Administration in September 2009 to support the Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights on a range of issues including economic security, financial inclusion, innovation, and global partnerships. In 2011, she led the State Department’s development and launch of the Open Government Partnership, a global effort by 50+ countries and civil society organizations to redefine the 21st century citizen-government relationship. Prior to joining the State Department, Caroline worked for microfinance leader ACCION International and was on the founding team of the affiliated think-tank, the Center for Financial Inclusion. She has also worked for Oxfam America and The Carter Center on international trade and public health, respectively. Caroline is fluent in Spanish and holds a degree with honors in International Relations and Latin American Studies from Tufts University in Massachusetts. She is a Fellow with the Truman National Security Project and will begin her MBA at MIT Sloan School of Management in the Fall of 2012.
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