Coordinator, Multicultural & First Generation Programming
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Caroline DeLeon joined AU in fall 2011 and has enjoyed every second of working with AU's multicultural community as well as first-generation college student trailblazers. Under her portfolio, Caroline manages educational programming, outreach and advocacy efforts for these identities and communities on campus.
Caroline’s professional background and experiences includes working with underserved and underrepresented populations in relation to college access, advocacy, and identity development. Her time working with uAspire and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute have provided her the necessary skill set to help AU students make the most out of their higher education experiences and gain confidence along the way.
With family roots in Guatemala, she aspires to connect with students through her personal life experience as a first-generation Latina. A native of Massachusetts, she is very much a part of Red Sox Nation (Go Sox!) and an avid fan of all New England teams.
6-Word Story: Degree Holding Strong and Wise Latina
Caroline received her Bachelor’s degree in History and Spanish from Alfred University and her Master’s degree in Education and Human Development from the George Washington University.