My father instilled in his children the value of hard work. He would always tell us, "everything can be taken away from you, but with an education and knowledge, it can all be rebuilt."
Caroline Humbles moved from Cote D’Ivoire, West Africa to the United States in 2003, where she was able to pursue education as part of her “American dream.” Her passion is to care for others, especially the adult-gerontology population.
Before earning her bachelor’s degree in nursing, Caroline worked as a certified nursing assistant, licensed practice nurse and registered nurse. In 2014, she earned her master’s degree in nursing at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, with a specialty in adult gerontology primary care.
Caroline’s family is her world. She has two children and enjoys watching movies, cooking, and visiting new places as time allows.