Caro is the Executive Director of Apathy is Boring and provides a youth perspective on topics of civic and political engagement.
Caro is the Executive Director of Apathy is Boring, working in a non-partisan manner and on a national scale to engage Canadian youth in democracy. She was previously a co-producer for Montreal’s Art Matters Festival, working to create meaningful space for community engagement through art. She currently sits on the Inspirit Foundation’s board, working to inspire pluralism among young Canadians, is a Banff Forum member and has been involved in the community sector for over 10 years.
Caro is a contributor to different media outlets providing a youth voice to topics of civic and political engagement. She was awarded the Walker Humanitarian Award by Concordia University and was named a Canadian Arab to Watch in 2015 by the Canadian Arab Institute.
Watching the challenges of misogyny, sexism, racism, discrimination, poverty, and unemployment play out on centre stage in the United States has heightened the awareness that the same issues are still alive and well in our own country. The impact that a prime minister or president can have on the issues we care about is more than immense.