Caroline Fortin was raised in an interfaith home and is passionate about interfaith outreach and the relevancy of Judaism in young people’s lives. She recently volunteered as an event coordinator for the Philadelphia chapter of young Friends of the Israeli Defense Forces and as a Philadelphia advisory council member for Interfaith Family.
Caroline works as a medical advocate/intimate partner violence counselor for Lutheran Settlement House, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children.
She received her master’s degree in social work from the University of Pennsylvania and her B.A. in psychology and Judaic studies from Dickinson College where she chaired a student council for interfaith dialogue and initiatives. She is also a graduate of Jack M. Barrack/Akiba Hebrew Academy.
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