Caroline Carl

Caroline Carl is a Master’s Student in the GIST Program at the University of Southern California. She will graduate in 2013. Her passion for GIS began when she was an outreach coordinator for The Kohala Center, an independent non-profit institute for environmental studies on the Island of Hawai‘i.  While there she designed and implemented a water quality monitoring program to support community education about anthropogenic impacts on freshwater cycling. Currently, she is a program specialist for Hawaii Energy Conservation and Efficiency Program, administered by SAIC.  Caroline works with commercial businesses to maximize their energy saving opportunities. She performs energy audits and provides technical solutions to program participants.  She uses GIS to track program participants and outreach efforts.  For fun, she is working on a project for an iPhone app mapping wine growing regions throughout the world.  She hopes to use her degree to further her career in the direction of energy research and analysis.

You can email her at carolinn@usc.edu