Caroline Marful

Caroline is a fourth-year student at Queen’s University pursuing an Honours Bachelor of Political Studies degree.

She is the co-founder of Queen’s Female Leadership in Politics Conference (QFLIP) which is the first Canadian university conference launched to inspire and equip young women with skills, connections, guidance  and confidence to pursue leadership roles in politics.  QFLIP draws delegates from Queen’s and other universities.

Caroline has served in many leadership roles at Queen’s including positions with the Alma Mater Society, Arts and Science Undergraduate Society and Queen’s International Affairs Association.   In 2016, she received the AMS Letter Award for outstanding contribution to student life and government. She is  a recipient of Swedish Women’s Educational Scholarship (SWEA).

Caroline volunteered for Big Brother Big Sisters of Peel working with newcomer youth and also served on the youth advisory committee of the Mississauga Library System.  She was selected for the G(irls) 20 initiative and is currently  a board member   of SKETCH – a community organization dedicated to supporting and empowering marginalized  youth through the arts.

She has held summer jobs with the provincial and federal governments.  Caroline is passionate and dedicated to the advancement of her peers. She hopes to attend law school after graduation.




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