who is caroline?
I'm a full-time freelance journalist and speaker. I cover modern psychology and millennial culture with a weekly column in Forbes, which is syndicated in Psychology Today, the Huffington Post and elsewhere. My writing on science, culture and the workplace has additionally appeared in Vice, The Denver Post and Inc. Magazine, among other publications. I also speak at conferences and colleges around the nation, and have been interviewed by MSNBC, Real Simple, the Washington Post and talk radio shows from Louisiana to Canada (see press and speaking page). Previously, I studied English and psychoanalysis at Colorado College, where I graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, and creative writing at the University of Cambridge. I later received the American Psychoanalytic Association's first place prize for the best undergraduate psychoanalysis essay in the country, and was a psychology research assistant at the University of British Columbia's Social Cognition and Emotion Lab. Today, I live in Denver and love to mountain bike, ski, practice yoga, play with my dog and draw dumb cartoons.