Caroline Johnson Hall: Development and Outreach Director
Caroline is a West-side Athens native, and went to the University of Georgia for her dual bachelors' degrees in Psychology and Sociology. She earned her masters' degree in Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University.

​Caroline has a variety of experience in land stewardship and environmental outreach in Georgia. Her previous positions have included connecting refugee farming families in Clarkston, GA to land and market access, leading biodiversity tours in Costa Rica, and leading entomology after-school programs in Athens. Her professional passions include sharing her love of the outdoors with others, building community through events, and creating new partnerships with other local organizations.  

​Caroline enjoys backpacking, rafting, gardening, and creative writing. She lives with her husband and two cats in Athens.

To reach her, or to request a scheduled group hike, please email caroline@oconeeriverlandtrust.org.