Caroline speaks fluent Spanish and lived in the small town of Cuenca, Spain for five months. Since the 2016 election was in the news and no one there spoke English, she became the unofficial representative of the U.S. in the town, explaining American politics to the locals. If you think it’s difficult enough to explain politics in English, try it in a second language!
The truth is that she was a great choice for that role since her degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro was a double major in Spanish and History. She won several awards from both departments, and she even wrote an in-depth exploration of religious development in 16th century colonial Mexico as part of her university’s disciplinary honors program. Caroline also received the Student Excellence Award, which is the highest academic honor at UNC. Not too shabby!
She plans to put her Spanish skills to further good use as a volunteer with immigrant groups in Raleigh, and she could challenge anyone in a trivia contest about Spanish food. She’s also well-versed on the subjects of old MGM musicals and Sherlock Holmes.
It’s her keen listening skills, though, that make Caroline such a great Client Liaison at Rosen. She makes sure our clients feel heard, as she also works hard to give everyone the information they need for their case.
People say that she’s organized and meticulous so that no crucial details slip through the cracks. But she’s far from uptight. She’s almost always in a good mood and brightens up the office with her cheery personality.