Carrie oversees all fundraising activities for Free Press and Free Press Action. She sets the strategic direction for the organization's development efforts, leads the development team to execute them, and builds relationships with people whose generosity makes all of our work possible. Before joining Free Press, Carrie served for more than eight years as founding co-director of the Women's Rights Network, a human-rights organization working to end violence against women, and for three years on the development team at Amherst College. Carrie earned a B.A. in anthropology from Amherst College and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. Outside of work she can be found volunteering, experimenting in the kitchen, hiking mountain trails, drinking chai, devouring fiction — and driving carpools.