Caroline brings over 25 years of healthcare experience from four major academic and community health-systems. She also has three years of experience working for two different clinical research organizations (CROs). She is passionate about helping healthcare and life science companies problem-solve and achieve their desired outcomes.

Prior to coming to CREO, Caroline served as the inpatient pharmacy manager for a brand-new 50-bed hospital. She successfully led a team of 25 employees through a highly dynamic and changing environment. She has a wealth of experience in pioneering many complex operational workflows and clinical services. She is able to interpret regulatory standards and implement compliance practices. As a former Clinical Research Associate, Caroline also brings investigational drug experience, having worked for two different clinical research organizations (CROs) supporting Phase III – IV clinical trials.

A three-time Tarheel, Caroline earned her BS and Doctorate degrees in Pharmacy from UNC-Chapel Hill. In 2022, she graduated with her MBA with concentrations in Strategy & Consulting, Data Analytics, and Marketing from UNC’s Kenan Flagler Business School. She was inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Society for graduating in the top 20% of her MBA class. She completed two American Society of Health-System Pharmacy (ASHP) Residencies, a general practice residency from UNC-Chapel Hill, and a critical care specialty residency from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, VA. She has certifications from the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties as a Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) and in Green Belt Lean Six Sigma.

Caroline has extensive experience in identifying gaps, generating solutions by researching client businesses, industry trends, and evidence-based medicine. She helps clients leverage their unique differentiators in competitive landscapes. Caroline’s strengths include regulatory compliance, flexibility, agility, collaboration, communication, building consensus, and keeping timelines moving forward.