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Caryn Conway

Program Assistant, The Clowes Fund

Caryn joined The Clowes Fund in August 2021 as Massachusetts-based Program Assistant. She earned a Masters of Science in Finance from Boston College, Carroll School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts in International Business/Management from Villanova University. Although her education and early career were in finance and investments, Caryn followed her heart into the nonprofit arena eight years ago, bridging corporate and local nonprofit organizations through volunteer experiences. Prior to joining The Clowes Fund, Caryn served as the Director of Partner Engagement and Operations at Building Impact. She also serves as an instructor at the Foundation for Metrowest, teaching Youth in Philanthropy, a high school youth leadership development course.

Outside of the office, Caryn serves on the Needham Education Fund Board and works passionately with Community Servings’ Pie In the Sky annual fundraiser. During her free time, she enjoys reading, skiing and spending time with her boys.


Engaging Youth Peer Network: Teen Philanthropy—Models and Strategies for Ages 13-18

Posted on May 10, 2023 by Caryn Conway, Cadence Miller, Neil Gobioff

Young People Learning About Philanthropy
What are models to teach teens (grades 9-12) the foundations of philanthropy and lead them through the grantmaking process? Learn more about the Foundation for MetroWest’s Youth in Philanthropy program and how they engage high school youth in the surrounding communities in an experiential leadership and teen philanthropy program. Caryn Conway – an instructor for the Youth in Philanthropy program… Read More