Caroline is the acceleration strategy manager at Third Derivative working to scale climate tech solutions globally. In this role, Caroline oversees the accelerator program execution and continuous improvement process in order to deliver an innovative, high-impact, and scalable program to cohort startups and ecosystem partners.
Prior to joining Third Derivative, Caroline worked on the Carbon-Free Buildings program at RMI, supporting the Global Cooling Prize, an international innovation competition to identify super-efficient, climate-friendly, and affordable residential cooling technologies. While working on the Prize, Caroline established and managed a coalition of global nonprofit partners, recruited international Prize applicants, developed thought leadership pieces, and led the Prize’s global marketing and communications outreach.
Before her time at RMI, Caroline completed her undergraduate degree at Colby College studying Environmental Policy. Her research while at Colby included studying fishery supply chains, both in Maine and Panama, while working with project partners at the USDA and Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.
BA, Environmental Policy, Colby College
Why I Love Working At RMI
I continue to be amazed by the dynamic, creative, and diverse solutions that my colleagues at RMI are developing in order to tackle our current climate crisis and achieve a low-carbon future.