Carrie is a seasoned international development professional, having evaluated, researched and designed high impact aid projects for the last 12+ years. Most recently, she led the Impact and Innovation team at Save the Children UK, where she designed cutting edge education, health and humanitarian programmes which leveraged the unique assets and capabilities of philanthropists and business to achieve exceptional impact. Previously, she evaluated the effectiveness of a billion pound portfolio of aid projects for the UK government, and worked at a grassroots level with SPARC, a large Indian NGOs focused on amplifying the voice of the urban poor in urban development. She is a graduate of the London School of Economics and the University of British Columbia.
Q&A with Carrie
Q: If you could choose anyone famous (real or fictional) to have dinner with who would they be and why?
Virginia Woolf, for her incisive opinions as well as for some Bloomsbury Set gossip.
Q: As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Q: If a movie was made of your life what genre would it be, who would play you?
Slacker comedy, in the style of Richard Linklater, but with Charlize Theron or Uma Thurman (as I'm quite tall)