Caroline Horwitz is from Massachusetts and was Homeschooled until college. She attended Mount Wachusett Community College and from there she moved on to Mount Holyoke College where she earned a BA in Art History and Religion. She has completed a master’s of Archives at Simmons University as well as finishing her master’s Thesis in History. She has worked extensively on provenance projects of Egyptian artifacts within her private collection as well as her current project, Etruscan Archeological research through The Murlo Foundation. Her first publication, Vinum, is a research project and catalogue of the Potina Theron in Murlo, Italy. She has also served on the Executive Board of Directors of Moreland Management Company for the past 7 years, as well as on the Audit Committee. She has traveled extensively in the US, Europe, Russia, and Egypt, as travel is a passion. She was born profoundly deaf with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy; with no functional use of her body and requires 24/7 physical care for basic needs. Communicating though a specialized sign language interpreting, an advanced hybrid of Signed English, British, French, Italian, Standard Arabic and Greek. She currently lives in Hadley, Massachusetts with her three dogs Perseus, Anubis and Imhotep . “For me the physical handicaps are not limitations, but obstacles to be worked around to achieve my goals.”

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