Affiliate Consultant/Content Manager
Caroline Loomis is an educator and trainer specializing in curriculum development, facilitation trainings and anti-oppression workshops. She is rooted in a commitment to racial and social justice, and a conviction that how we do this work is essential. She loves guiding groups and organizations toward healthy practices of collaboration, action, reflection, and learning.
Caroline spent over a decade in the fields of food justice and youth development, leading and designing educational programs in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City, and helping to convene the North American Growing Food and Justice Initiative. Her curiosity and commitments to the intersections of social justice work, space/place and education have led her to pursue a PhD in Geography at the CUNY Graduate Center, where her research centers on childhood, schooling, race and gentrification in New York City.
Along with her work with IISC and freelance facilitation, Caroline also serves as an Instructional Technology Fellow with CUNY’s Macaulay Honors College, where she supports faculty to develop creative pedagogical practices and meaningfully integrate digital technology into their classrooms. When she’s not busy thinking about people and places, you’ll find her immersed in art projects or out in the park.
caloomis [at] gmail [dot] com