Caroline served with InterVarsity since 2002 as a campus staff member in northwest Indiana and most recently in central Pennsylvania. She received her bachelor’s degree in English with a focus on creative writing from Purdue University in 2002 and holds a master's degree in clinical mental health counseling from Messiah College. Caroline, her husband, and their three children live in “the sweetest place on earth,” otherwise known as Hershey, Pennsylvania. In her spare time, she likes to read, discover new music, and attempt to train her exuberant Labrador retriever, Pax. Caroline is a clinical mental health counselor and a former associate with Women in the Academy and Professions.
Listen in on our conversation with writer and poet Grace P. Cho where we discuss her endurance through the many challenges of this past year, Grace’s personal experience with Covid-19, and the recently published book of devotionals she co-edited.
Listen in on our interview with Aubrey Kleinfeld, licensed professional counselor at a university counseling center, as we discuss the mental health needs of students and faculty in an unusual new semester.
Listen in on our interview with writer and activist D.L. Mayfield as we discuss the four main categories of Mayfield's recent book and unpack the ways Jesus might be inviting each of us to love our neighbors more fully.
Listen in as WAP associate Caroline Triscik interviews attorney, advocate, educator, and survivor Rachael Denhollander. In this conversation, we discuss Rachael's courage, vision, and purpose behind her bold activism in encouraging our culture to listen to the voices of sexual abuse survivors to bring justice and systemic change.
Join us for a conversation with author and activist Dr. Michelle Reyes as we discuss her journey from academia into incarnational ministry, her studies in German folklore and its relevance to her daily work, and her vision for narrative justice in the world.
Join us for a conversation with author Catherine McNiel as we discuss personal spiritual disciplines, the challenge to stay attentive in the midst of a busy life, the importance of community, and other gems found in her most recent book.
Join us for a conversation with Filipino American theologian Dr. Joyce del Rosario as we discuss her ministry to teen moms, plus thoughts around ethnicity, good food, and the process of recording the unique theological contributions of the Filipino community.
In this episode of our podcast, we get to know a deeply faithful woman with a clear call to the university world and a fully-formed theology of suffering. Join us in our conversation with professor and minister Dr. Amey Victoria Adkins-Jones.
What does it take to get education research to a place where it can actually impact the way schools are run today? Listen in on our interview with Ruth López Turley and hear about the deep spiritual roots that undergird her work.
What steps can we take to participate in bringing healing to our communities? Listen in on our interview with Grace Ji-Sun Kim, co-author of Healing Our Broken Humanity, as we discuss the spiritual disciplines that can lead us through pain into wholeness.
What is the role of story in our spiritual formation? Listen in on our interview with Sarah Arthur, author of the recent spiritual biography of Madeleine L'Engle, as they discuss literature, writing, and our spiritual journeys.
What can women do to avoid the sinkhole of imposter syndrome? Kathy Khang explores this topic in her recent book Raise Your Voice, one we're featuring as part of a series of offerings from InterVarsity Press — our special summer resource for readers of The Well.
How can we use our voices as a tool to bring shalom and wholeness to the world? Kathy Khang explores this topic in her recent book Raise Your Voice, one we're featuring as part of a series of offerings from InterVarsity Press — our special summer resource for readers of The Well.