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Caroline Reinstadtler.

A published author, accomplished singer-songwriter and coach, Caroline engages all members of the school community in critical discussions around diversity and inclusion, resilience and other skills to support mental well-being. An eating disorder survivor, she encourages students to appreciate their bodies, but to look past them towards the attributes that give them power and purpose. Caroline supports educators to develop a DEI acumen and a heightened cultural self-awareness with a focus on growing inclusive leadership skills. She has helped parents and guardians build stress-management practices into family routines, developing stronger foundations of resilience.

A recent graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Caroline is a singer-songwriter with additional training in drama and dance. Caroline also serves as the Supporting Director of Queer Capita, an organization that supports LGBTQ+ professionals in the music industry.

Caroline’s early experiences in the performing arts helped create a perfect storm that gave her a multitude of complexes about her body and appearance, leading to a tumultuous struggle with an eating disorder; the work that she has done to unlearn those beliefs is what brought her to Robin.

An eating disorder survivor, Caroline can speak authentically about the challenges adolescents experience with respect to their body image and offer suggestions for how students can seek help.  Caroline helps all members of the school community to understand that their value lies not in their appearance, but in their character. She helps students find their voice to ask for help and to realize their power in helping each other.  She is passionate about social justice, particularly LGBTQ, BIPOC and women’s rights.

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