Coordinator, Multicultural Programming
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Caroline DeLeon joined the MA staff in September 2011. Prior to coming to American, Caroline worked with Northeastern University’s summer bridge program, Torch. This experience solidified her passion of working with students and helping them navigate the college transition process. Caroline received a Bachelor’s degree in History and Spanish from Alfred University and a Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from the George Washington University. While working towards her Master’s degree, Caroline worked with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) in both the Educational Services and Development arenas. With family roots in Guatemala, she aspires to connect with students through her personal life experience as a first-generation Latina student. A native of Massachusetts, Caroline is very much a part of Red Sox Nation (Go Sox!) and an avid fan of all New England teams.
Bachelor of Arts, History and Spanish, Alfred University; Master of Arts, Higher Education Administration, The George Washington University
Favorite Spot on Campus:
Other than the second floor of MGC
- Ctr for Diversity & Inclusion
- Mary Graydon - 204