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Carrie came to CERF+ in the spring of 2008 and since then has participated in all aspects of the organization’s work to help artists have resilient careers, from counseling artists seeking emergency assistance to leading $100,000 fundraising appeals to teaching emergency preparedness workshops. She holds a bachelor’s degree in history, with extensive work in the visual arts, from Marlboro College and prior to her time at CERF+, she spent several years living in New York City where she was an entomologist’s assistant by day and a tenor saxophone player by night. Happily re-ensconced in her home state, Carrie and her husband live in Montpelier, Vermont in a household where musical instruments outnumber the human inhabitants 5 to 1.

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