Carol McCaulley has more than 25 years of human resource experience, including serving as the Chief Human Resource Officer for a large regional credit union; and the HR manager for a large international heavy manufacturer, a multi-state professional service company, and two employee leasing companies. Additionally, Carol has worked as an academic advisor and in risk management.
A strong advocate for "lifelong learning," she holds an Associate’s degree in Philosophy from Long Beach City College, a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in History (European) from Washington State University (Go Cougs), a Master’s degree in Theology/Bioethics from Holy Apostles College and Seminary, and a Juris Doctorate from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College. She currently enjoys learning Welsh and German online.
Carol has been very active in the nonprofit community for many years. She currently serves on the board at the Children’s Center, and for a nonprofit she founded, Human Dignity Foundation (d.b.a. Good Shepherd Manor). She has also served on the board at Second Step Housing, Camp Opportunity, and Community Concerts. Also, she has served on the advisory boards at Catholic Community Services and Meals for Wheels. She participates in the JV EnCorps program, has provided pro-bono professional services for numerous area nonprofits, and regularly assists with Mock Trials programs and fundraising activities for a wide variety of nonprofits.
Fun Fact: Carol enjoys hiking, showing her beagles, and taking off with an RV and related toy (e.g., a Spyder and a Slingshot) with her husband.