Working worldwide with NGOs, humanitarian agencies, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and for-profit enterprises, Carrie specializes in intermodal arts-based approaches in conflict transformation, peacebuilding, refugee and immigrant resettlement, community arts, curriculum design and experiential pedagogy, leadership development, and social innovation.
While at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia, she implemented and assessed several multi-year research projects funded by government grants that involved collaborations among diverse stakeholders and policy makers through community arts.
A doctoral candidate at The European Graduate School in Switzerland, Carrie is author of several published chapters in arts-based research and praxis, also co-editor of a ground-breaking book, The Choreography of Resolution – Dance, Movement and Neuroscience, recently published by the American Bar Association.
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Carrie offers public and private workshops, intensive practitioner training, project consultation, and keynote speaking through her atelier, Intermodal Arts. She also designs and delivers academic courses for graduate and undergraduate level programs as adjunct or visiting faculty upon request.