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Caro Aliangan

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Caro Aliangan

Accounting Manager

Caro has left The Education Trust for her next adventure. Though she is no longer at Ed Trust, we maintain this bio page as a record of the wonderful work she contributed while with us.

As the accounting manager, Caro manages the organization’s accounting function and ensures a high degree of financial accountability.

Prior to joining Ed Trust, Caro worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the assurance segment to help during the busy season. Before that, she was the senior accountant at Hospice of the Chesapeake, working directly with the controller and chief financial officer to ensure timely release of financial statements and to provide financial highlights for presentation to the board of directors.

Caro has several years of progressive accounting experience handling full cycle accounting for various clients, including franchised restaurants of a multinational chain. Additionally, she gained extensive knowledge of asset management at MedStar Health, where she was a part of the team responsible for management of capital assets and net assets for the organization. Her experience also includes technical skills in improving automated accounting processes.

Caro holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Scranton and a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a focus on accounting from the University of Baltimore. She is a licensed certified public accountant in the state of Maryland.

What drew you to education?

I was able to complete my education while working full-time — sometimes two jobs with graveyard shifts — and still wasn’t earning enough to pay for my ocollege education. It was all possible because of all the available resources at the community, state, and federal levels. This is why I have encouraged friends and family to go back to school and have also provided guidance on where to start.

 Why are you passionate about working at Ed Trust?

I support the mission because I believe that everyone is entitled to a good education regardless of their socioeconomic status or color of their skin.