Caroline Fan

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Caroline Fan currently works as a policy specialist and has been an organizer and communications maven for international unions and grassroots nonprofits. She brings wide experience in crafting strategies for winning complex policy debates through online organizing and in the field. Caroline Fanis a graduate of Williams College and chairs her alma mater’s Asian American alumni network. She also holds a Masters in Public Administration from Baruch College through the National Urban Fellows, a national leadership program. Caroline is Communications Adviser to the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance and has served as a speaker and trainer for national conferences including the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies, the United States Student Association, and Hmong National Development. Her writing was published in an Asian American anthology in 2001.

Caroline is Editor-in-Chief of the Asian American Action Fund blog, one of only two Asian American-focused blogs to receive media credentials at the 2008 Democratic National Committee in Denver. The blog’s elections coverage also received the honor of being archived by the Library of Congress less than a year after its foundation.[1]

National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum

In 2011, Caroline Fan was profiled by the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum. Profiles were "selected from a national pool of fierce sisters working across the country. They're multi-issue, multi-faceted, multi-ethnic movers and shakers. They're artists, activists, moms, attorneys, organizers, students. Together, we'll redefine women leadership and lift up the progressive movement for APA women and girls."[2]

Profiled Women

Asian American Action Fund

Circa 2013 Caroline Fan served on the Executive Board of the Asian American Action Fund, and is Editor-in-Chief of the organization's blog;[3]

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