Caroline Gurek  |  Resume


Tuck Business Bridge Program

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Summer 2022, Hanover, NH

  • Participated in a highly-selective 4-week program taught by MBA faculty, providing an in-depth introduction to marketing, strategy, microeconomics, accounting, and finance
  • Performed valuation analyses of Noodles & Co., which included financial and strategic assessments, a Depreciated Cash Flow analysis, and a team presentation to industry executives and faculty

Bachelor of Arts

Sewanee: The University of the South, Sept. 2018 - May 2022, Sewanee, TN

  • Major: International & Global Studies, Concentration: Global Economy in Europe and Africa
  • Major GPA: 3.95/4.00
  • Honors: Dean’s List; Scholarship for academic excellence; University Academic Honor Society; Member of Omicron Delta Kappa; Distinction for Senior Comprehensive Examination; Finalist for James C. Gaither Junior Fellow at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Graduated with Honors
    Leadership: Head Proctor in Residential Life; Co-Director of the Wick Activist Coalition; Member of Diversity Cohort


Impact Data Analyst and Operations Assistant

Broadsight, Nov. 2022 - Present

  • Manage and analyze qualitative and quantitative data from client interviews, focus groups and surveys regarding organizational impact and community engagement
  • Assist in providing technical assistance to clients in support of evaluation innovative programs to improve research, training, and management
  • Clients include federal, state, regional, and community organizations focused in community development, education, public health, cultural arts, and marketing
  • Support rebranding of the company through innovative and sustainable marketing strategies via social media
  • Coordinate and contribute to team strategic planning, timelines, monthly newsletter production, and company operations

Research Intern (Remote)

Osgood Center for International Studies/Malaria Partners International, Summer 2021

  • Compiled research overview on malaria and its impact on women and their households in Zambia
  • Developed and presented 3,000 word, white paper addressing malaria as a women’s issue; including, gender inequality, effects of malaria on women’s economic development and women’s roles in prevention and elimination of malaria
  • Identified Zambian women’s groups and community organizations as potential partners
  • Presented findings in Washington D.C. to MPI and International Rotary Club


McCormick, Murtagh & Marcus; Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Summer 2020

  • Received exposure to all facets of general law to gain experience in client service and general administration
  • Managed filing system, Excel spreadsheets dedicated to trust funds, and billing of clients
  • Interacted with clients as well as town, state and local officials as representation of the firm; in doing so, promoted the firm’s involvement in the community and cooperation with other firms in the area


  • Mentor for a young woman on the autism spectrum
  • Proficient in Excel, some knowledge of JavaScript
  • Accepted into study abroad programs in Senegal & South Africa, cancelled due to Covid-19
  • Proficient in the French language (studied for four years and lived in France for 3 months)
  • 20 years of dance training (ballet, tap, jazz, modern, contemporary)
    Latte artist