As Communications Manager, Carrie supports the CDH’s mission through the development and implementation of the department’s communications strategy. Her focus is the publicity of CDH projects, programs, events, and news. Over the 2023-24 academic year, Carrie will co-lead the website redevelopment project in preparation for the CDH’s ten-year anniversary.
Carrie’s background is in marketing, communications, and the visual arts. Prior to joining the CDH, she was the Communications Manager at Princeton University School of Architecture where she supported and promoted the school’s many lectures, exhibitions, conferences, academic programs, and recruitment events from 2019-2023. She also previously worked on a number of nonprofit and entrepreneurial projects developing bespoke digital marketing strategies. As an artist, Carrie regularly exhibits her sculptural work nationally and has received grants and scholarships for her studio practice and for her role in community-centered arts initiatives. Carrie has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Professional Visual Arts from Rutgers University and an Associate of Science degree in Humanities from Ocean County College.