Caroline Sapp, Chief, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Caroline Sapp is a seasoned sanctions subject matter expert at the US Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Ms. Sapp has served in various capacities in the Licensing Division at OFAC, where she has assisted with the coordination of USG policy on sanctions exemptions for international organizations, NGOs, and members of the public. Currently, Ms. Sapp serves as the Chief for the North Korea and Specially Designated Global Terrorist Group programs. Previously, Ms. Sapp worked on Iraq, Burma, Russia/Ukraine, and Cuba as a Licensing Officer. Prior to her work at OFAC, Ms. Sapp served as an International Relations Analyst at the Defense Threat Reduction agency where her work focused on combating global biological threats. Ms. Sapp holds a M. Litt in International Security Studies from the University of St Andrews in Scotland and a BA in History and International Affairs from Sweet Briar College, a women’s college located in central Virginia.