Carrie is a Vice President in Ogilvy’s Social Marketing practice. She brings abroad range of skills in communications, law, and public health to her clients with experience in prevention issues related to food, food safety, health, children’s nutrition, physical activity, and obesity prevention, as well as violence prevention, including juvenile justice and domestic violence.
Carrie currently leads the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Dating Matters initiative, a contract supporting the communications component of a community-wide teen dating violence prevention initiative for high-risk, urban communities. In addition, Carrie leads the partnership development on behalf of two Department of Health & Human Services accounts. She works on the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition’s Physical Education initiative, as well as an obesity prevention communications campaign for adults ages 45-60 to increase awareness of personal risk for obesity and support the prevention of obesity and related chronic conditions.
Carrie holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology & Spanish from the University of Michigan and a juris doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center. She joined Ogilvy’s Social Marketing practice in November 2011.