Caroline Nuffort has been working at Ecologic in 2002 and 2003. She has been working on trade and environment issues, in particular with CAT&E (Concerted Action on Trade and Environment) with a focus on the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and its implications for the environment and human health. She is a native speaker of English, fluent in Spanish, and has conversational German and Thai.
Before working at Ecologic, Caroline Nuffort was a corporate legal assistant at LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, an international law firm in New York, where she worked closely with attorneys on corporate and litigation transactions. Prior to this, she spent a year as an international fellow in the English Department at Chiang Mai University in Thailand. Here she served as a full-time university instructor and was appointed as a foreign liaison to a committee formed to establish dialogue, understanding and coordination among Thai and international teachers. She has completed internships with experience magazine, a Boston-based publication and online service providing university students and recent graduates with career-building assistance, as well with the office of Pennsylvania State Representative Jere Stritmatter, wherein she assisted with constituent communication and helped draft legislation enforcing stricter sentencing procedures for repeat sex offenders.
Caroline Nuffort graduated in 2000 from Princeton University in the United States. She received a bachelor\\'s degree in Political Science with a particular emphasis on comparative politics, focusing primarily on sociopolitical systems in Asia and Latin America. Her senior thesis applied an analytical framework to the social, economic and historical context in order to identify the roots and sustainability of the hegemonic rule of the People\\'s Action Party in Singapore.