Caroline Hahn is senior program coordinator at the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice, where she oversees programmatic and day-to-day operations; coordinates events and communications; and manages funding and grant initiatives, reporting, and outreach.
Caroline received a master's degree in public affairs and certificate in nonprofit studies from the LBJ School of Public Affairs in 2022, and a BA in international relations and Italian from UT Austin in 2018. While at LBJ, she worked at the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service on strategic planning and research related to public interest technology policy and social justice philanthropy. Caroline has also worked as a consultant for national education nonprofit TNTP (The New Teacher Project), as a policy intern with the Counseling, Advising, and Student Supports team at Texas Education Agency, and as a reading teacher and AmeriCorps member with Austin-based nonprofit Literacy First. Her research interests include critical theories of education, pedagogy, and civil society.