Meet The Founder
Caroline James is a noted educator, activist, and scholar.
In 2014, for her unique take on educating for social justice and activism within the classroom, she was named a national winner of the" Sue Lehmann Excellence in Teaching Award."
In 2021, She became one of 16 feminists globally recognized by The National Association of Women's Studies. Additionally, in 2021 as a Senior “Humanity in Action Fellow,” she was also named an HIA Racial Equity Grant Awardee.
Although primarily versed in the North American context, through several fellowships, Caroline has studied inequality in India, Nepal, France, and Poland.
An internationally recognized “Bill and Melinda Gates Cambridge" fellow, Caroline holds a Master’s in Education Philosophy from the University of Cambridge (England).
Her expertise is grounded in improving education at the institutional and systemic levels, especially concerning issues of inequality.
Under “Resetting the Table,” a leading organization in the political bridge-building field, Caroline is formally trained to facilitate discussions of political and social issues.
She is the founder of WE The Sojourners, which offers multi-media content about human rights, social justice, and decolonization.
Drawing on research and various creative methods, Caroline explores how issues of social justice and human rights shape our everyday lives.