Founder of The Miracle Foundation
Caroline Boudreaux is an American businesswoman and social entrepreneur. In May of 2000 on Mother’s Day, she founded The Miracle Foundation and is committed to empowering orphans from around the world to reach their full potential. What’s different about Caroline is that she left a successful career in TV Advertising to take on the cause of finding families for every orphan by 2050.
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Caroline Boudreaux founded the Miracle Foundation in 2000, after she visited India for the first time. From the first moment she met a group of more than 100 orphaned children and witnessed their beautiful smiles and incredible potential, she committed her life to helping them realize that potential. Caroline was born and raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana and attended Louisiana State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Prior to her nonprofit work, she had a successful career in media advertising. For her achievements with the Miracle Foundation, Caroline was presented with the Hope Award in 2005 and the Impact Award in 2008. In 2009, she was invited to join the Young Global Leaders, a community of the World Economic Forum. She has been featured in various forms of media, including People.com, CNN and “One Peace at a Time,” a 2009 film by Turk Pipkin. In 2011, Caroline completed a prestigious course on Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century at Harvard Kennedy School.
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