Carolina Cardona

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Carolina Cardona

Representative for Haiti and the Dominican Republic

Carolina Cardona is the IAF’s representative for Haiti and for the Dominican Republic. Prior to joining the IAF, Carolina served as Peace Corps Togo’s country director from 2009-2013. Her development career began in Honduras in 1985 where she served as a Peace Corps volunteer. Outside of the U.S. government, Carolina taught fifth grade in San Salvador and managed a reproductive health project for the International Rescue Committee in Azerbaijan. She promoted workers’ rights when she oversaw an occupational safety and health project at Farmworkers’ Legal Services of North Carolina.

Carolina has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Michigan and a master’s of public health from the University of North Carolina.