Caroline Berger is a writer, teacher, editor, curator, digital content guru, social media expert and activist based in Baltimore. She earned her M.F.A. in creative writing with a concentration in fiction from The New School in 2002, and has a B.A. in English literature and writing from Hiram College. She has taught creative writing classes at The New School. Her writing has been published in such literary journals as Flaneur Foundry, La Petite Zine, Pindeldyboz, Barrow Street, Vibrant Gray and the anthologies Hiram, U.S.A: Essays From the Hill; Best of Vibrant Gray; and Best of Stain. She co-founded and co-curated the Sunday Salon, a monthly reading series in New York City, and has helped found sister series in Chicago and Nairobi as well as Salon Zine, an online literary journal. Caroline served for many years as a mentor and advisory board member of Girls Write Now, which, since 1998 has provided guidance, support, and opportunities for New York City’s high school girls to develop their creative, independent voices, explore careers in professional writing, and learn how to make healthy choices in school, career, and life. She also has served as a juror for the Scholastic Writing Awards and currently for The Baldwin Prize. She is a digital marketing specialist for LifeBridge Health, where she focuses mostly on the comprehensive violence prevention and intervention work of the Center for Hope.