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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Celebrating National Eat More Fruits and Veggies Day: Embrace a Healthier You with Nature’s Nutrient Powerhouses

Empowering Moms: Strategies to Prioritize Mental Health & Reduce Stress

Brittany’s Journey of Hope

How Much Does it Cost to Save the Earth? How Thrifting Reduces Your Carbon Footprint

Pedro’s Journey of Hope

Navigating a Bilingual Environment: My Internship Journey at Camino

Building Financial Resilience: Strategies for Creating an Emergency Fund

Ivan Parra’s Journey of Hope

A Latino’s Guide to North Carolina’s Elections

Overcoming Barriers in the Queen City

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