Caroline Weinroth is a musician, writer, and arts advocate from Fairfax, Virginia. She is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing, with a concentration in Poetry, at George Mason University. At GMU, she also earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater Performance and Audio Engineering.
Caroline is the lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter for the rock band Cinema Hearts. She has performed at concert halls and rock clubs, including Kennedy Center, the National Mall, AMP by Strathmore, Smithsonian Museums, Fort Reno, Black Cat, and more. With Cinema Hearts, she toured the east coast to New York City, Philadelphia, Richmond, and other cities. Caroline's original songs, poetry, and writing have been published on NPR, Washington City Paper, Brightest Young Things, and Public Pool.
For three years, Caroline served with the Miss America Organization. On the Miss Virginia stage, she represented her platform, Music Empowerment, a movement to create civic change through music performance. Caroline has volunteered with Girls Rock Roanoke, Girls Rock DC, Fredericksburg All Ages, Music Productions Club GMU, and other non-profits. Currently, she works with the Arlington Art Truck, an Arlington County initiative to bring professional art experiences to schools and communities.