Caroline Cobb Wright earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History, Studio Art, and Journalism from Washington and Lee University and a Master of Arts in Art History from the University of Virginia. While she was a graduate student at UVa, she also completed the Aunspaugh Fifth Year program in Studio Art. Caroline worked previously in the Press Office of the National Gallery, the Education Department at Monticello, and Ravenscroft School where she taught upper school AP Art History and Studio Art. She is a former board member of Second Street Gallery in Charlottesville and is a current Governor-appointed board member of the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh where she is the vice chair of the Collections Committee. Caroline joined the team at the Visual Arts Center in January of 2011 as Director of Exhibition Programming. She lives in Richmond with her husband Richard and daughter Meriwether.