Prior to joining FIRE, Carrie spent over a decade working in trade associations in Washington, D.C., including six years as an advocate for the video game industry at the Entertainment Software Association.
She is a native of South Carolina and holds a bachelor’s degree from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, and a master’s degree from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. In her spare time, Carrie enjoys taking long walks with her dog and husband, playing video games, and baking.
- D.C. high school bans student club from screening documentary critical of Israel,
- VICTORY: Michigan city recognizes First Amendment right to ‘demean’ government officials,
- New Jersey school board selectively restricts public comments about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,
- Anonymous speech is as American as apple pie,
- FLAG ON THE PLAY: Middle school suspends student for wearing eye black to football game,
- Colorado public school to allow student to display Gadsden flag patch — as long as nobody complains,
- California library violates First Amendment, boots speakers for referring to transgender women as ‘biological men’,
- Jason Aldean, Amanda Gorman, and the ‘Streisand Effect’,
- Unfurling the constitutionality of flag restrictions on government flagpoles,
- The RESTRICT Act’s vague and overbroad language is a threat to a free and open internet,
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