Caroline Thuer joined the NACC team as an Administrative and Program Assistant in March of 2022. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a sustainability studies minor from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Prior to joining NACC Caroline held positions in administrative support services and behavioral therapy. Caroline was a part of the educational team at McGuire Memorial, a not-for-profit, non-denominational facility. She worked creating individualized programs for children and adults with multiple physical and intellectual developmental disabilities to acquire skills and experiences to obtain a more independent life. She also held the position of Milieu Therapist at UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital, a world-class academic medical center affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Here she provided patient support at every stage of care and recovery, including acute inpatient services, emergency and crisis services, and outpatient services for children and adults dealing with a range of conditions, including addiction, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual developmental disabilities, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety disorders, complex trauma, schizophrenia, psychotic disorders, eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Caroline’s goals are to connect individuals and families with appropriate resources and support.
Caroline was born in Pennsylvania and now calls Denver, Colorado her second home. Outside of work-life Caroline loves hiking, camping, and taking on new travel adventures with her two dogs.