Carrie is an alum of the Groundlings Sunday Company. Her comedic essay "Outsourcing Love" – which documents the shameless hiring of a virtual assistant in India to manage her love life – was recently optioned for a feature film. She regularly contributes humorous essays and videos to the New York Post, Cosmopolitan, the Tyra Banks Show, BettyConfidential.com and GuySpeak.com.She’s also reported on "serious" news – like Capitol Hill politics, immigration policy reform and Lindsay Lohan’s panties – for Channel One News, National Geographic Television and E! Television (not necessarily in that order). Carrie is a member of The Deviants and Improvitorium sketch comedy groups and was invited to perform her original sketch show, "Midwestern Wisdom," at the Comedy Central Stage. She had a recurring role on E!’s Seven Deadly Hollywood Sinsand supplied one of the most awkward dating stories in our nation’s majestic history to the book Mortified: Love is a Battlefield. She earned a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University and a minor in nerdalism from high school engineering camp.