Caroline Boudreaux is a social entrepreneur and Founder of Miracle Foundation.
In May 2000, on Mother’s Day, Caroline’s life changed forever as she visited India for the first time and met a group of more than 100 orphaned children. The children were bald and filthy with empty-looking eyes — yet she saw their incredible potential. Since that day, she has committed her life to helping orphaned children realize that potential.
Caroline is a firecracker Cajun who 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 Miracle Foundation, Caroline has received a variety of awards including: The Hope Award, The Impact Award, The Champions for Children Community Honoree Award, and the United Nations Humanitarian Award. She is a popular speaker on topics of Reimagining Philanthropy, Social Impact vs Charity, and how to Engineer a Miracle.
Caroline is a Young Global Leader with The World Economic Forum and has completed executive programs at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Yale’s Jackson Institute for Diplomacy, India School of Business and Oxford University.