PRINCIPAL - NASHVILLE
Carlie has worked hard to build a reputation as a trusted advisor to leaders in government, business and non-profit for more than a decade. With an expertise in building relationships, she particularly enjoys connecting people and working towards creative solutions to problems.
Most recently Carlie was the Director of Community Partnerships with EPIC Girl, Inc., a Nashville non-profit whose mission is to empower at-risk females through education programs and mentoring. Prior, she served as U.S. Senator Bob Corker’s field director in the Middle Tennessee region. In that role, she built and managed relationships with key community leaders, businesses, non-profits and grassroots organizations, as well as planned and executed community events on the senator’s behalf.
Carlie’s prior experiences include serving as a strategic advisor for Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock, one of the nation’s top healthcare communications consulting firms, communications director for the Tennessee Republican Party, and deputy scheduler for U.S. Senator Fred Thompson’s presidential campaign.
She began her career in Washington, D.C., where she worked for U.S. Senators Mel Martinez and Richard Shelby.
An Alabama native, Carlie is a graduate of the University of Alabama where she studied public relations and political science. She resides in Nashville with her husband and two children.