Caroline Diamond is a Project Specialist with the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health. In this role, she supports the Institute’s leadership in all operational aspects, including event organizing and strategic planning. Caroline graduated from Occidental College in May 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in diplomacy and world affairs and economics. While at Occidental, she worked in the Mckinnon Center for Global Affairs & John Parke Young Initiative as a Program Assistant. Through the Occidental Kahane UN Program, Caroline interned for the Permanent Mission of the United Kingdom to the United Nations in their Humanitarian, Peacebuilding, and Development team. Additionally, Caroline worked for several years with the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of International Affairs and the Office of Economic Opportunity serving first as a researcher, then intern and advisor to their efforts to localize the UN Sustainable Development Goals most recently receiving a nine-month research fellowship on truth-telling and racial justice in Los Angeles. Most recently, Caroline worked for the Wrangell Mountains Center, the only non-profit in the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park in Eastern Alaska. There, she coordinated an international glaciology summer school for PhD glaciologists and started a camp for local children focused on art and science. Caroline is passionate about the ways in which restorative justice can support efforts to address government and institutional harms at the local, national and international level.