Carolina comes from Cleveland where she worked as a general assignment reporter and fill in anchor.
There, she broke the story of a homeowner's association management company pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars in association funds across northeast Ohio without homeowners being the wiser.
Prior to working in Cleveland, Carolina worked as a general assignment reporter in Orlando and fill in anchor in Spanish. She covered four hurricanes in a row and practically lived in a satellite truck for the 2004 hurricane season.
She got her break in television news in Gainesville Florida where she did double duty attending graduate school at the University of Florida and working as a reporter for the abc affiliate.
Carolina holds a bachelor's of science in broadcast journalist at Syracuse University's Newhouse School.
Carolina's mother is from the Dominican Republic and her father is from Grenada. She has fond memories of spending summers in both countries.
Carolina was born in the Bronx and lives in the borough.
In a Facebook post that's now been shared more than 12,000 times, Cornelius detailed his thoughts on not only his son, but how children everywhere who don't fit the mold are being excluded.
The murders of 16-year-old Kayla Cuevas and 15-year-old Nisa Mickens along with finding the remains of 19-year-old Oscar Acosta has sent shock waves through this community. A second set of remains found Wednesday have yet to be identified.
Another set of human skeletal remains was found on Friday in a wooded area west of Emjay Boulevard and north of the Long Island Railroad tracks.
At the heart of Tuesday night's community meeting in Brentwood is the saying that it takes a village to raise a child.
Brentwood Ross High School held a vigil Friday night for 15-year-old Nisa Mickens and her best friend, 16-year-old Kayla Cuevas.