Caroline Klibanoff works at the intersection of civic engagement, history, and culture. She is a New America US@250 Fellow and leads Made By Us, an unprecedented nationwide collaboration to ignite and inform Millennial and Gen Z civic participation as we approach the 250th anniversary of the United States in 2026. Through efforts like My Wish For U.S., the Civic Season, and digital, social, and local initiatives, Made By Us brings historical expertise to meet young adults where they are, to inform and inspire conversations about America’s future. Previously, she managed exhibitions for MIT Museum and worked in digital strategy for the Bridge Alliance. She began her career in strategic communications at the Pew Research Center and the Frameworks Institute and has worked for cultural organizations including Longfellow House–George Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site; Northern Light Productions; HistoryCambridge; and Northeastern University’s Digital Scholarship Group. She holds a B.A. in American studies and film and media studies from Georgetown University, and an M.A. in public history and digital humanities from Northeastern University.