Carrie joined Cochlear in 2013 and is the Global Head of program development and market enablement. Cochlear is a global medical device manufacturer specializing in hearing devices for those with moderate to profound hearing loss.
In her current role, Carrie is responsible for leading Cochlear’s global volunteer engagement strategy and programs, which are critical enablers to establishing implantable hearing solutions as the standard of care, increasing industry and Cochlear’s brand awareness, and supporting Cochlear patients throughout their journey. Carrie’s team designs a comprehensive volunteer experience and enables countries to launch and grow their own local volunteer programs to support direct-to-consumer and patient engagement initiatives.
Most recently, her team has expanded to lead the application of consumer research throughout Cochlear’s Global Services strategic initiatives. Her team is also responsible for development, maintenance and iteration of Global Services enablement solutions that support internal customers and program scalability.
Prior Experience and Education
Carrie has over 10 years’ experience leading non-profit organizations and volunteer programs for human services and animal welfare organizations. Her non-profit experience includes: strategic planning, fundraising, public relations, event management, volunteer management, and Board development. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for several organizations in Colorado.
She holds a Master Degree of Management and a Master Degree of Organizational Leadership.
Carrie and her husband live with their five rescue pets in Elizabeth, Colorado. They enjoy spending time outside with their furry “kids” and volunteering for a variety of causes throughout the Denver area.