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Caroline Hendrix

Caroline Hendrix

Special Projects Coordinator

British Consulate General New York

i harness and execute creative projects. i can help with: marketing. communications strategy. special events. project management.


I'm Caroline. I live in New York.

Born in Dallas, raised in Southern California, came of age in the Chicago suburbs, and found my spirit home in New York. I enjoy traveling when I have the money to do it, high culture, pop culture, brainless reality TV, competitive karaoke, and big cities. My idea of the great outdoors is spending time on a NYC rooftop.

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British Consulate General New York

Press & Public Affairs Special Projects Coordinator

Countless late nights which lead to some pretty amazing moments. Highlights: Telling Will and Kate, The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, where to stand. Project-managing a full-scale production of Hamlet in one of the chambers at the UN... on a planning timescale of two weeks. Three years of marching in the NYC Pride March waving the Union Jack flag, including in 2015 just days after the landmark Supreme Court decision on equal marriage. Somehow working burlesque and acrobatics into a government event promoting the technology sector. Rubbing shoulders with the Prime Minister and Prince Harry. Welcoming British yachts sailing around the world to New York... in pouring rain and unbelievable winds.


The GREAT Tech Awards 2013

Short video detailing an initiative I worked on at the Consulate, meant to attract high-investment-potential tech companies to invest in the UK. (I developed event outreach strategy, planned the annual gala, created the budget, and project-managed the operation.)

The Amoralists Theatre Company

Managing Director

Directed all of the admin for an Off-Broadway theater company the New York Times called "the most promising, crowd-pleasing ensemble to emerge downtown." Highlight: Producing three shows in one year, one of which had 26 cast members, on little to no budget.

Five Days 'Till First Preview - A Short Film About The Amoralists

A peek into the chaos of producing theater.


The New 42nd Street

Development Associate

Helped raise $2.25M annually, planned 10-15 events a year, and directed the fundraising department's digital/online media strategy for The New Victory Theater, a theater on 42nd Street for kids and families. Highlights: Raising serious money by being silly at our annual Family Benefits (see photo for evidence). Ideating and executing the organization's first online micro-giving campaign. Long hours copy-editing and art-directing gala brochures. Taking time out of the day to attend education performances, where students from all over New York City would watch and unabashedly respond to theater. Being asked by Bill Irwin to carry his bag of clown costumes and props down 42nd Street.


14 Seasons, 14 Reasons: Reason #10

Video from online fundraising campaign highlighting The New Victory's highly accessible and world-class theater education program.

14 Seasons, 14 Reasons: Reason #11

Video from online fundraising campaign highlighting The New Victory's top-notch international programming for kids and families.


New York University

BA, Journalism & Mass Communication

Don't tell my parents, but the biggest benefit of attending NYU for me wasn't what I learned in the classroom, but out of it. The 4 internships, countless club memberships, and presidency of my sorority taught me how to both take and give direction, add value to an organization, and manage large groups of people often with conflicting priorities. There was nothing like being in the heart of New York - the city has without a doubt shaped who I am as a person.