Caroline Mauldin

United States Department of State

Caroline Mauldin
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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