Caroline Dvorsky is the Program Manager with Millennial Action Project.
Previously, Caroline was the Confidential Assistant to the Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). At USDA, she served as the Executive Officer of the National Drought Resilience Partnership, a collaboration of 13 federal agencies working with regional partners to ensure a more water secure nation by securing improvements in data integration, critical infrastructure protection, watershed-scale land management, market-based solutions, and innovations in water use.
Caroline is a native Iowan and graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Studies. Prior to moving to Washington, DC, Caroline completed internships with the World Food Prize Foundation, the United Kingdom Parliament, and in Senator Tom Harkin’s office. She is an avid activist and volunteer, and has organized with numerous National, State and local campaigns.