Caroline Kolins serves as the Program Coordinator for the Post-Harvest Loss Innovation Lab. She holds a M.A. of International Affairs from The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University and a B.A. in French and Political Science from Texas Tech University. During her time at Texas A&M she worked with the Center on Conflict and Development, an international development research lab, where she discovered her passion for international agricultural development. After finishing her graduate studies, she served as a Murdock Fellow at World Vision, where she advised marketing teams on food security content and worked with corporate donors. Her experience includes program management, grant writing, and donor relations with public, private, and individual donors. She is particularly interested in the intersection of higher education and international development and enjoys facilitating partnerships between university systems and NGOs.