Carrie was introduced to Akilah in 2010 through her work with Girls For A Change (GFC). She served as the National Program Director of GFC for 7 years overseeing strategy and program implementation in 10 US cities, international expansion and GFC online programming. Her outreach engaged more than 7000 girls and 400 volunteers across the globe in social change. Following her work at GFC, she worked as a consultant with Collective Action Training, a company she co-founded in 2007. Her consulting work includes grant writing, curriculum development, event management, evaluation design and the creation and delivery of trainings. Carrie graduated from the University of San Francisco in May 2012 with an MA in International and Multicultural Education with an emphasis in Human Rights Education. She was a 2011-12 AAUW Career Development Grant Recipient and also serves as a founding member of the Program Advisory Board for The Respect Institute.
... a forum for local and international fashion designers, to showcase their design. This event is unique by featuring designs from a variety of cultures and from local and international designers. It is organized and managed by IRIS PRO-FILMS 1000 HILLS which is a film and Photography Company that also specializes in event management and representation of actors and models.