Caroline Clement

Caroline Clement is a junior in the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences majoring in Agricultural Science. She has minors in Animal Science and Agricultural Business. Caroline is a native of Clinton, North Carolina, in Sampson County. She is a graduate of Midway High School.

“I am very excited to be a part of the inaugural class of the Warren Leadership program,” says Caroline. “Mr. Adolph Warren made a personal impact on my life and I am honored to be chosen to continue his legacy at NC State. By participating as a fellow, I hope to learn more about public policy and the agriculture industry within North Carolina, as well as grow personally and professionally.” Caroline is a leader at NC State University, serving as director and social chair of the Wolfpack Clogging Team, secretary of Young Farmers and Ranchers, and as a College of Agriculture & Life Sciences ambassador. She is a member of the University Scholars Program.

Caroline plans to use her experiences in the Warren Leadership Program to explore graduate opportunities in agricultural communications. Caroline has an interest in international travel and communication. She will be interning in Summer 2015 with the North Carolina House of Representatives’ Standing Committee on Agriculture.