Caroline Howe

Caroline Howe knows that improv has made her a better entrepreneur, a better professor, and a better friend. She wants it do to the same for you!

Caroline comes to WIT with over a decade of experience applying improv to the world of entrepreneurship and social change. She accidentally got started in this by applying her college musical and short form improv skills to the world of climate organizing, entrepreneurship and urban resilience. Despite engineering chops and organizing skills, it was improv that helped her get things done in India.

Since then, she’s taught improv for entrereneurs, social change makers and scientists at UNICEF, MIT, Sustained Dialogue, UNEP, the UN Climate Negotiations and more. She’s presented her research on improv, development and resilience to the International Red Cross and the Association of American Geographers.

Personal hero
Miss Rumphius, a children's book character who plants flowers everywhere she goes
Hidden talent
Smelling where flowers are blooming nearby.