Carrie joins the USGLC from Project: Time Off where she supported research and communications efforts for a national behavioral-change campaign. Prior to working with Project: Time Off, she served as a digital producer at NBC ahead of and during the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. She holds a B.A. in journalism and English from Duquesne University and a M. Sc. in journalism from Columbia University. Originally from Northern Virginia, Carrie is happy to call Washington D.C. home.
Earlier this month, at the USGLC ‘s 2018 Tribute Dinner, we celebrated a group of remarkable individuals who represent the best of our country abroad—America’s diplomats and development professionals. From USAID to the State Department, MCC to the Peace Corps, OPIC to USTDA and beyond, America’s civilian frontline personnel work tirelessly to empower women, bring clean water to new places, improve global health, and strengthen our bonds with allies.