Caroline Noland ’12 has dedicated her life to international development and education for marginalized people. She serves as a development and monitoring officer in Sindh, Pakistan, with a dedication to women’s empowerment and education. While she was a student at Samford University, Noland was in the inaugural class of University Fellows. She also was a member of the ethics bowl team, Academic Integrity Council, Amnesty International, Student Government Association and University Ministries. Noland was active in Theta Alpha Kappa religion honor society and Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honor society. She received a presidential scholarship, and was included in Samford’s Preministerial Scholars and Brock Scholars academic honors programs. Noland also received the top award given to the most outstanding student in the graduating class, the John C. Pittman Spirit Award. She has worked with Make Way Partners in Darfur, London City Mission, Love the Children Orphanage in the Philippines, Food for the Hungry in Washington, D.C., and ministries in rural Alabama focused on social justice and poverty eradication.
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