Caroline graduated magna cum laude from Ouachita Baptist University in 2023 with a bachelor of arts in Political Science and Mass Communications. She was honored as the William D. Downs Outstanding Mass Communications Graduate and the Roy Buckelew Outstanding Communications Studies Graduate. She was also recognized in the 2023 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
While at Ouachita, Caroline was the editor-in-chief of The Ouachitonian, the university’s award-winning yearbook. She was named editor of the year by the Arkansas College Media Association. Additionally, she was awarded a Gold Circle by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for her writing.
Caroline served her university and fellow students in several ways. She was involved with student government as the treasurer. Breaking records, she helped raise over $200,000 for student scholarships as the fundraising and finance chair of the Ouachita Student Foundation. Additionally, she was a member of the new student orientation steering committee, served as the vice president of the pre-law society, and was on the executive board as the induction chair for her social club.
Confirming her passion for the study of law, Caroline has gained experience in many different areas before attending law school. She spent one summer during her college years in Washington, D.C., dividing her time between Congressman Steve Womack’s office in the House of Representatives and Senator Ron Johnson’s office in the United States Senate. She also interned for Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson. During her junior year, Caroline interned for the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and at the law firm RMP LLP with the white-collar criminal defense and civil litigation teams.
Caroline and her husband, Blake, live in Oklahoma City. Blake is pursuing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Oklahoma City University. They enjoy playing with their dog, Ruby, and cheering for the Oklahoma City Thunder.