Caroline Andridge served as a 2016-17 Princeton in Africa fellow in South Africa, where she worked as an HIV prevention analyst with the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Prior to this role, she was a research associate for global health, economics, and development at the Council on Foreign Relations and a volunteer for the economic analysis team at the Millennium Challenge Corporation in Washington, D.C. She holds a B.A. in public policy from the University of Michigan. Caroline is the recipient of a Kellogg Institute Fellowship.
Kellogg Fellowship Recipients, Part of Keough’s First MGA Class, Land Diverse Jobs
Apr 9, 2020
Three members of the Keough School of Global Affairs Class of 2019 – the school’s first graduating class – who received Kellogg fellowships are now working in a variety of jobs.