Caroline analyzes policies and approaches for water safety management and sanitation, and has coordinated research projects in Kenya, Ghana, Uganda, and Haiti. Her work also includes applications of data science to water and sanitation as well as technology evaluations. Previously, Caroline was a doctoral student at UC Berkeley where she studied how to improve access to safe water in West Bengal, India. Specifically, she investigated a low-cost technology to remove arsenic and bacteria from groundwater, and analyzed drivers of household behavior change in rural communities. She did her civil service in a non-profit assisting asylum seekers and illegal immigrants in Paris.
Caroline has a PhD and a MS degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and an Engineering Diploma (BS and MS level) from the Ecole Polytechnique in France.