Carrie has been co-hosting The Project since it first began in 2009. During that time, she has travelled the world for stories including the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in New York and interviewed celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Will Ferrell and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Carrie’s popularity grew quickly and she received a TV Week Logie Award for Best New Talent in May 2010. In 2015, Carrie was honoured to receive the Silver Logie for Best Presenter and was also awarded the Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on television. Carrie used this opportunity to raise awareness for brain cancer, encouraging everyone to get involved and wear a beanie for brain cancer. The response was overwhelming and Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer was born. The charity has since gone on to raise awareness and over $10 million for brain cancer research through its beanie sales and the Brain Beats concert.
With over 10 years of radio experience up her sleeve, 2017 saw Carrie back on the airwaves with Carrie and Tommy on the SCA Network. From hosting Pink in LA on the world famous rooftop to Katy Perry performing on the Sydney Harbour, Carrie and Tommy start the drive home with a bang.
Before her work on The Project, Carrie appeared on Rove for four years and was a member of the top-rating breakfast radio team with Nova FM.
Carrie believes in giving back to the community and donates her time to many other charity events and causes. She is the Australian ambassador for UNICEF (neo-natal tetanus program).
In 2019, Carrie was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in the Queen's Birthday Honours for service to the broadcast media, and to brain cancer awareness.
Carrie is the proud mother to three wonderful children, son Ollie and daughters Evie and Adelaide. When not working, she loves nothing more than getting active in a dance class, pilates session or just hanging out in the park with her kids.