Washington D.C., United States
Caroline Comport is the founder of Narrative Quest, a leadership and personal development company with the mission of helping journalists and news media organizations flourish as well as engage in Conversations Worth Having (CWH) with the communities they serve.
Caroline’s programs draw on principles from Positive Psychology, Appreciative Inquiry, and her love of story—a passion that fueled her journey from editor in chief of her high school newspaper to an Emmy-award winning television news producer for The KTLA Morning News, and Tribune Broadcasting’s Washington DC News Bureau.
While working with an international media non-profit, Caroline guided the design of a coaching and leadership program that trained journalists from 30+ countries. She continues to develop training and mentoring programs for journalists around the world.
In addition to a bachelor’s in journalism from California State University, Northridge, and a Master’s in Liberal Studies from Georgetown University, Caroline holds certifications in High Performance Coaching—a holistic methodology designed to help people accelerate their growth and develop new habits—and Appreciative Inquiry Facilitation—a research-based practice for fostering positive change at both the individual and organizational level.