Member

Caroline Lefaivre

Director of Partnership and Fundraising, Women's March Global

Location Icon Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY, USA

About Me

Caroline is responsible for all strategic partnerships and fundraising for Women’s March Global. In this capacity, Caroline works closely with partners, sister organizations, and supporters to inform the overall fundraising direction and strategy to ensure that Women’s March Global is adequately resourced.


The daughter of two United States Marines and a two-term AmeriCorps VISTA alumna, Caroline has maintained her deeply instilled commitment to public service throughout her decade long career in nonprofit management. Prior to joining Women’s March Global, Caroline worked to build the capacity of New York City public schools and students as the Associate Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at PENCIL; increased the retention of executive leadership at grassroots led Habitat affiliate organizations across the United States as the Coordinator of the New Affiliate Leader Development Program at Habitat for Humanity International; and created the fundraising department for Culture Connect Inc., an organization that fostered cultural fluency between immigrants and the Atlanta Metro community at large through language services, mentoring, and education.


Caroline earned her MS in Nonprofit Management from the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment at The New School and BA in Psychology from the University of Kentucky.

Communities I Identify With and/or Want to Collaborate With

Educators
Immigrants
LGBTQIA+
Persons with Disabilities
Refugees
Students
Women

I Want to Take Action on

Abortion Rights
Accountable Institutions
Children’s Rights
Civil Rights
Climate Change
Combating Desertification
Combating Rape
Economic Justice
Education
Employment
Ending Poverty
Equality
Gender Based Violence
Girls’ Rights
Immigrant Rights
Intersectionality
LGBTQIA+ Rights
Mental Health
Peace and Non violence
Resilient Infrastructure
SDGs
Voting Rights
Women’s Economic Security
Women’s Education
Women's Health
Women’s Representation
Workers’ Rights

Areas of Expertise

Civil Rights
Community Building
Education
Fundraising
Immigrant Rights
Justice
LGBTQIA+ Rights