Profile profile for KlibanoffC
B.A., American Studies and Film/Media Studies, Georgetown University
M.A., Public History, Northeastern University
Certificate, Digital Humanities, Northeastern University
Caroline Klibanoff is the program manager for Made by Us, a cross-institutional collaboration from America’s leading history organizations to engage the public, especially young people, with history and civic participation, connecting them with the past to power our future as we commemorate 250 years of the American experiment and look ahead to the next 250. She manages a steering committee including the National Museum of American History, the National Archives Foundation, Thomas Jefferson Foundation and Monticello, the Atlanta History Center, the Senator John Heinz History Center, HistoryMiami, and the New York Historical Society.
Previously, Caroline was the project manager for exhibitions at the MIT Museum. She also worked in digital strategy for the Bridge Alliance, where she developed the Civvys Awards, the only national awards dedicated to celebrating collaboration; led monthly #DemocracyChats on Twitter; and helped roll out the inaugural National Week of Conversation.
She began her career in strategic communications at the Pew Research Center, before moving to a video production role at the FrameWorks Institute, and has worked for a variety of cultural heritage institutions including Longfellow House - George Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site; the Cambridge Historical Society; and Northeastern University's Digital Scholarship Group.
- National Council for Public History