Caroline Mehl 
Co-Founder & Executive Director

Caroline Mehl is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of OpenMind. She has expertise in translating psychological research into innovative real-world applications. Caroline began her career at the private equity firm Blackstone, where she was involved in the firm’s inaugural Tactical Opportunities fund. She has experience in venture capital, social entrepreneurship, and venture philanthropy. Previously, Caroline was an Associate Research Scholar at New York University’s Stern School of Business. She is currently a Visiting Scholar at NYU-Stern. Caroline received her bachelor’s degree from Yale and her master’s degree from Oxford as a Blavatnik Foundation Scholar.

Caroline Mehl
Co-Founder & Executive Director

Caroline Mehl is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of OpenMind. She has expertise in translating psychological research into innovative real-world applications. Caroline began her career at the private equity firm Blackstone, where she was involved in the firm’s inaugural Tactical Opportunities fund. She has experience in venture capital, social entrepreneurship, and venture philanthropy. Previously, Caroline was an Associate Research Scholar at New York University’s Stern School of Business. She is currently a Visiting Scholar at NYU-Stern. Caroline received her bachelor’s degree from Yale and her master’s degree from Oxford as a Blavatnik Foundation Scholar.

Caroline Mehl
Co-Founder & Executive Director

Caroline Mehl is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of OpenMind. She has expertise in translating psychological research into innovative real-world applications. Caroline began her career at the private equity firm Blackstone, where she was involved in the firm’s inaugural Tactical Opportunities fund. She has experience in venture capital, social entrepreneurship, and venture philanthropy. Previously, Caroline was an Associate Research Scholar at New York University’s Stern School of Business. She is currently a Visiting Scholar at NYU-Stern. Caroline received her bachelor’s degree from Yale and her master’s degree from Oxford as a Blavatnik Foundation Scholar.

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