Caroline Durham is associate director of content of Breastcancer.org. She oversees all additions and updates to the core website information. Caroline also helps ensure that the site is functioning properly and helps implement many web and digital content initiatives, including the metadata and search engine optimization efforts.
Caroline joined the Breastcancer.org team in 2003. Prior to working on the website side of Breastcancer.org, she assisted the fundraising team. She has worked for a number of public health programs, including TheBeehive.org’s health content for One Economy Corporation in Washington, DC and various initiatives within the Onondaga County Health Department in Syracuse, NY. Caroline graduated from Haverford College with a B.A. in Anthropology.
"It's so satisfying to know that the work I do is helping people through what could be one of the most difficult times of their lives. It's a big responsibility and a big honor," she says.
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