Caroline Netchvolodoff

CFR Staff

Caroline Netchvolodoff

Vice President, Education

Caroline Netchvolodoff joined CFR in 2010 as senior adviser to the president for strategic planning. In her current position as Vice President, Education, Ms. Netchvolodoff oversees the development and marketing of CFR’s multi-media learning materials on the fundamentals of international relations and U.S. foreign policy for high school and college students, as well as the interested public.

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World 101

The goal of World101 is to make international relations and foreign policy compelling and accessible through instruction on how the world works and how international events and issues influence us all. Each module provides an overview of the topic and historical background for context, and explores implications for today's world.

Model Diplomcy

Model Diplomacy is a National Security Council simulation that engages students to understand the challenges of shaping and implementing foreign policy. With hypothetical case studies based on real-world issues and content informed by Council on Foreign Relations experts, Model Diplomacy is the most comprehensive and authoritative simulation program available. Students learn through a combination of independent research using multimedia resources and direct interaction with their teachers and peers.

CFR Campus

CFR Campus connects educators and students of all ages to CFR's award-winning publications, innovative digital learning products, and acclaimed events featuring foreign policy experts for teaching and learning about international affairs. 

Top Stories on CFR

Sanctions

For many policymakers, economic sanctions have become the tool of choice to respond to major geopolitical challenges such as terrorism and conflict.

China

The Trump administration has declared China a currency manipulator, but what that means for the ongoing trade war is far from clear.

Women and Economic Growth

The education gender gap costs the world between $15 trillion and $30 trillion in human capital. U.S. aid programs need to equip girls and women to participate in the modern digital economy.

Foreign Affairs

Published by the Council on Foreign Relations since 1922, just a year after the organization’s founding, Foreign Affairs has long been America’s leading forum for serious discussion of foreign policy and international affairs.

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