Caroline Langston Jarboe is development director of the Global Investigative Journalism Network.
She comes from The Atlantic, where she was the first director of strategy and planning for foundation relations. At The Atlantic, she steered fundraising for its first multi-platform initiatives, resulting in a global religion beat and the now annual Race + Justice: An Atlantic Summit live event. She was previously director of foundations at The Center for Public Integrity, and began her development career with eight years at NPR, where her fundraising focused on international reporting and new institutional initiatives. She is an MFA graduate of the University of Houston Creative Writing Program and Tulane University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.