- Graduate Certificate in Assistive Technology, UNH, 2015
- Graduate Certificate in Leadership in Children’s Health and Disability, UNH, 2013
- M.Ed., Early Childhood Education: Special Needs, University of New Hampshire, 2013
- B.A., Anthropology and Sociology, Roger Williams University, 2003
Carrie is a doctoral student in Education: Children and Youth in Communities at UNH and NH-ME LEND graduate. Since 2013, she has served as the project coordinator for the Early Childhood Special Education Assistive Technology (EC-SEAT) project for Leslie Couse and Eun Kyeong Cho, and she has assisted Peter Antal with NH-ME LEND program evaluation. Carrie serves as a member of the student editorial board for the Division for Early Childhood (DEC) journal “Young Exceptional Children” and reviews conference proposals for both the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and DEC conferences. Her research interests lie in developing equitable early care and learning systems for children and families through knowledge gained from practices such as Universal Design for Learning.