Caro is the Associate Director at Human Rights Watch, a leading global advocacy organization. By tackling multi-generational challenges, Caro works to create a world free of human rights abuses.
Caro was previously the Executive Director of Apathy is Boring, working in a non-partisan manner and on a national scale to engage Canadian youth in democracy. A first generation Canadian, she started as an intern at Apathy is Boring and took on the national leadership role a year and a half later. Previous, she was a co-producer for Montreal’s Art Matters Festival, holds a BFA with distinction from Concordia University, and is a former board member for the Darling Foundry, supporting the creation and exhibition of contemporary art.
Caro currently sits on the Inspirit Foundation’s board, working to inspire pluralism among young Canadians and is an advisor to Sid Lee’s C2 Conference, as part of the Sustainability Impact Unit. She regularly provides a youth perspective on topics of civic and political engagement and has been featured on CTV News, CBC and Global News among others. She was featured as one of nineteen prominent young Canadians to watch in the We Are Canada CBC series (2017).
Caro was awarded the Walker Humanitarian Award by Concordia University and was named a Canadian Arab to Watch in 2015 by the Canadian Arab Institute.