Carrie grew up in Oldham County in the parish of St. Aloysius, attending school and religious education there as well as attending Oldham County Public Schools. She worked at St. Aloysius while in college at the University of Louisville, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in 1993. She returned to working in the Church in 1996 after serving in the field of social services.
She has worked at Immaculate Conception, St. Margaret Mary and the Vocation Office. She attended St. Meinrad School of Theology receiving a certificate in Pastoral Supervision in 2012 and a Master's in Theological Studies in 2014. In addition, she has earned the following certifications: Archdiocese of Louisville Ministry Institute Discipleship Specialization, Master Catechist, RCIA Coordinator Training, and Tribunal Auditor and Advocate training.
Carrie works with Pastoral Care needs of the parish by coordinating sick and emergency calls, assisting families with funeral planning, coordination of grief groups and the annulment process. She is the staff liaison for the Leprechauns and Bereavement Ministry teams and is working to develop more pastoral care ministries to meet the needs of the parish.
Carrie lives in Goshen with her husband, Nathan and two sons, Ben and Seth. She's a member at Holy Trinity, serving as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion and a catechist.