Caroline is a dedicated and results-driven IT professional with significant experience in technical design, concepts, and technical projects.
Colleagues have described her as being a self-starter and very passionate and meticulous about her projects. For the past 7 years she has focused most her time and efforts in the Health Information Technology field.
Caroline holds a Bachelors of Science in Management Information Systems from the University of South Florida and is also a PMI Certified Project Management Professional. Caroline is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Health Informatics from USF Health's Morsani College of Medicine and is expected to complete her graduate program in Fall of 2019.
In her spare time, Caroline enjoys reading, water sports, blogging about all things tech related, and empowering women!
About our Tekwomen Blog
As I began to evolve and excel in my own technical career, I soon began to receive a lot of questions from many women wanting to learn more about technology. Through these conversations, I became aware of the common misconceptions and apprehensions many women have about the field. Too many times I heard the phrases "I don't know how to code" or "I was never good at math or science, therefore I never thought I could pursue a career in tech." I felt women needed to begin to look at the field differently and realize that they too had a seat at the table. I have always admired women who continually push boundaries to redefine what it means to be a woman in today's society. Today more than ever before, women are free to develop and share their ideas and interests while taking pride in their femininity.