Caroline grew up in Americus, Georgia, where she graduated as Valedictorian from Southland Academy. In 2018, she graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia with her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Affairs and immediately entered the University of Georgia Lumpkin School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctor. While in law school, she served as President of the Family Law Club and participated in both the Veterans Legal Clinic, where she helped veterans obtain their well-deserved disability benefits, and the Jane W. Wilson Family Justice Clinic, where she assisted survivors of domestic violence in obtaining Restraining Orders against their abusers.
During her last semester of law school, she interned with the Chief Judge of Superior Court of the Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit. After graduation, Caroline began working as Staff Attorney to the Chief Judge, where she gained an array of knowledge and experience in many different areas of law, including domestic, civil, and criminal law.
At Poydasheff & Sowers, Caroline is passionate about advocating for those in need, whether they be too young or too sick to do so, or in a position where they can no longer advocate for themselves.
In her free time, Caroline enjoys spending time with her family, cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs, running, and reading.