Born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, Caroline Craig graduated from East Carolina University in 2016 with her degree in criminal justice. Right after graduating, she joined the team at Turning Point USA as a North Carolina field director where she signed up over two thousand students. Her hard work and dedication to conservative values earned her a position at the North Carolina General Assembly as a legislative assistant. She now manages the representative’s office and is the point person for constituent services. She spends her free time volunteering at a domestic violence and sexual assault center and advocating for pro-life policies.
Caroline Craig has been a Cabinet Member for Future Female Leaders for four years and shares the message of conservatism to young women through social media, writing articles for the Future Female Leaders website, attending events, and speaking on panels.
When asked about Caroline Craig, Amanda, the founder of Future Female Leaders, shares “It is such a pleasure working alongside Caroline Craig. There are two big things I admire about Caroline. First, her passion. She is never afraid to use her voice for the issues she’s passionate about whether it’s feminism, pro-life causes, or sexual assault. I have seen first hand how that passion has inspired many others to stand up and use their voice. Second, her ability to never meet a stranger. She has always made every member of the Future Female Leaders community feel welcomed and valued at events and conferences or even on social media. She gives meaning to the phrase – empowered women empower women.”
As a part of the next generation of conservative women, we sat down with Caroline Craig to ask her questions about trending issues, stereotypes conservative women face, and advice she’d pass along to new activists.