Caroline Ettinger is a Project Manager specializing in data and analytics. Prior to joining 270 Strategies, she was the Technology Project Coordinator at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) during the 2012 election cycle. She previously served as a Technology Coordinator at the 2013 Presidential Inaugural Committee, and as the Data Coordinator at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
At the DNC, Caroline worked closely with Obama for America on the nationwide Polling Place Locator online tool, which received 2.2 million Application Program Interface requests on Election Day. She also managed the data collection and quality assurance of 10,000 early vote polling locations for all 50 states and DC. At CFPB she ran the Data Intake Group, a cross-team group that vets all new data coming into the Bureau and makes recommendations to the Chief Information Officer.
Caroline holds a Masters Degree in Political Science and Political Economy (the perfect intersection of quantitative analysis and politics) from the London School of Economics, and a BA in Mathematics and Political Science from Macalester College in Minnesota. Caroline has interned for the Scottish National Party twice, first during a semester abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland at the Scottish Parliament, and second in London at Westminster while studying at LSE.
Hailing from New York City, Caroline has lived in cities all her life. An avid walker, she loves to explore new places on foot, and has wandered and wondered through cities all over the world. Now settled in DC, she enjoys walking to work from Georgetown, attending weekly pottery classes and baking themed, bite-sized sweets.