Caroline McAndrews has worked for over 20 years as a researcher & social strategist, and has experience in program development and assessment, user-centered design, writing, and research in both the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. The author of several reports, including What Works: Developing Successful Multigenerational Leadership, she has served as a consultant on several projects for the past several years, most recently Building Blocks for Change, a nonprofit assessment tool for building more racially equitable workplaces developed in conjunction with a team from Building Movement Project, where she was formerly the Director of Research and Documentation. Prior to Building Movement, she was a member of the economic security team at the Ms. Foundation for Women. At the start of her career, she served as the IDA Program Coordinator for Mid-Peninsula Housing Coalition, a low-income housing developer in Redwood City, California. She holds an MFA in Design for Social Innovation from the School of Visual Arts where she also served on the faculty, and a BA in Urban Studies with a focus in architecture from Stanford University.
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