Caroline Lau

Executive Assistant
A bit about Caroline...

I do a little of everything at Curious Cardinals. I run analytics, handle emails, schedule meetings for Audrey, plan team retreats, participate in ops, help with marketing emails, and more. Each day is different and interesting. In the past, I have worked as a process engineer, quality engineer, raw materials purchasing manager, supply chain planner, owned my own businesses, and consulted with a baseball card business. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, running, playing soccer and hanging out with my family. I graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in Chemical Engineering.

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What piece of advice would you give parents with unengaged students?

Find out what makes your children tick. Each child is different even if they grew up in similar environments. I have two myself and they are very different. Nurture them, love them, support them, challenge them. Teach them to put in the work and see the big picture. And when they come to you at the end of the day, make sure you are open to listening to what they are really saying they need from you.

What was the most surprising part of the college experience for you?

How many students go on auto pilot. Keep your eyes and ears open! There's so much to continue learning. It helps to adopt a lifelong learning mentality early on so that you carry this spirit on with you throughout your journey.

Why is passion so important as it pertains to learning?

Curious Cardinals aims to become the passion place, embedding itself in the social infrastructure of the world — how students discover, pursue, and dream high. I dream of a world where every student has access to their own Curious Cardinals mentor, an experience that can unlock their greatest potential.There is no existing technology that powers passion finding through exploration, community, and mentorship. That’s why the world needs Curious Cardinals — a platform fueling the next generation of engineers, entrepreneurs, artists, healers, thinkers, philosophers, activists, and game changers of tomorrow.

What kind of impact would you like Curious Cardinals to have?

I want to see the love of learning radiate for all students.