Lennin Caro, MA 

Is the lead community researcher at Camino Research Institute. In 2017, he received his master’s in cultural anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he currently teaches undergraduate anthropology courses. Lennin has 8 years of experience in conducting, publishing, and presenting qualitative research on diverse topics: volunteer tourism, Christian subjectivity, neoliberalism, nurse burnout, and the stress-coping process among Latino immigrants. When not working on research, Lennin is usually found playing the piano, guitar, or violin with his toddler, Aaron Caro.

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Overcoming Barriers in the Queen City

Ana Laura’s Journey of Hope

A Nonprofit Therapist Spills the Tea

Don’t Throw That Away!

Maria Laura’s Journey of Hope

“Sleigh” Your Well-Being

Cultivating Healthy Eating Habits During the Holidays: Tips for Everyone

Celebrating Giving Tuesday: A Day of Giving

Rags to Riches: Celebrating Three Thrifty Years as The WearHouse

Jairo’s Journey of Hope

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