Caroline Bailey is a director, gender, youth, and social inclusion at ACDI/VOCA and supports technical efforts for projects and new business development focused on gender and social inclusion. She also serves as a subject matter expert on youth development and cooperatives. Since joining ACDI/VOCA in 2016, Caroline has served in several roles, including project coordinator and senior project coordinator supporting Liberia and Bangladesh portfolios, as well as the global Cooperative Development Program. Prior to joining ACDI/VOCA in 2016, Caroline managed projects in East and Southern Africa for NCBA CLUSA and was the lead for their youth development technical initiatives. She holds a BA in political science and international studies from West Virginia University and an MA in international development studies from George Washington University. She has working proficiency in Swahili. 

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Making Markets Inclusive: Designing for Inclusion

Tools and Tactics from Zambia Many agricultural market systems development (MSD) programs have been turning their attention toward the inclusion of women, …

ACDI/VOCA co-op member learning about health soil

Co-ops’ Commitment to People and Communities

MAVUNO Farmers Cooperative members learn about soil health When you think of a cooperative, or a co-owned enterprise run by …