With a communications career spanning over 22 years, Carrie Moulder is an experienced writer, graphic designer, project manager, and strategist dedicated to building, enhancing, extending, and protecting an organization’s brand. Carrie received a Bachelor’s degree in English Writing from Loyola University New Orleans, and, as such, she employs a storytelling approach for textual and visual content development to convey organizational benefits as well as calls to action. Projects she’s managed range from software training manuals for ship design to product launches for on-site drug testing devices to marketing plans for the city's first and only diaper bank. She received a Master’s in Liberal Arts from Tulane University in 2012 and spent the last six years before joining the School of Social Work overseeing communications and operations for the Junior League of New Orleans, a nonprofit organization of 2100 women dedicated to improving the Greater New Orleans area. Using her communications skills and professional experience, she strives to advance philanthropy, community service, and compassionate care for others.
Originally from Houston, Texas, Carrie has lived in New Orleans for over 25 years. She currently resides in Old Metairie with Otto, a Miniature Schnauzer.