Carrie joined Rider Goodwin Law in the fall of 2016 having completed her undergraduate education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2014 and attending graduate school at CU Boulder. During her time at CU-Boulder her research focus was on theoretical issues surrounding the concepts of ethics within the philosophical discourse. She was awarded the Neuman Family Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year in order to pursue her research interests. While she was in Boulder she worked closely with Boulder Reads as a literacy tutor through the Boulder Public Library. Carrie campaigned during the summer of 2016 with Grassroots Campaigns to bring end of life options to the state of Colorado. She currently is pursuing a Masters in Public Adminstration at CU-Denver.
Her role at Rider Goodwin is as disparate as her background experience and she manages a variety of areas within the firm. She handles all Client Support and is in charge of the drafting of letters and correspondence, triaging client situations and emergencies, communication and interface with clients, New Client Intake and glide path, Maintaining CRM and Client database, Attorney Support, Drafting of pleadings, and Trial and mediation preparation.
While she isn't holding down the fort at our office, Carrie spends most of her free time hiking with her dogs or volunteering.
She is a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children in Denver's foster care system, as well as a volunteer for Illuminate, the Special Olympics of Colorado, and the Colorado Immigrant's Right's Coalition. We are lucky to have her on our team!