Senior Advisor

photo of Caroline Chambers, short brown hair wearing a black blazer

Before joining States United, Caroline spent nine years leading domestic policy advocacy at the Open Society Foundations and grant making by the Open Society Policy Center. She served in the White House as the first director of confirmations for President Barack Obama, overseeing Senate approval of more than 600 nominees, and as deputy director of the White House Council on Youth Violence under President Bill Clinton. She also held staff positions in the U.S. House and Senate, including staff director of the Senate Democratic Policy Committee.