Carrie Williams is from Northern Virginia, right outside of Washington D.C. She is a Senior at Auburn University, majoring in Broadcast Journalism and Public Administration. Throughout her years at college, Carrie worked for Auburn's TV station as a reporter, anchor, Executive Producer, and now serves as the current Station Manager.
In 2008, Carrie was selected as an NBC "Creative Content Intern", where she created, produced, directed and even starred in the reality web series, "NBC Interns" which later won an Emmy for "Best Student Production" and aired after Saturday Night Live.
Following her experience at NBC, Carrie interned with ABC7 News Channel 8, assisting with the launch of their new show, "Washington Business Tonight." In the summer of 2009, Carrie moved to New York City, working for MTV Networks as their MTV.com Video Production Intern. During her time in New York, Carrie was also hired to work as a production assistant for MTV "Unplugged" featuring Katy Perry, Vampire Weekend, Paramore, Adele and All Time Low. Following the "Unplugged" productions, Carrie worked as a P.A. for the GrapeNuts "A Guy's Manual" commercial series featuring ESPN host, Kenny Mayne.
As a reporter, Carrie covers many compelling stories throughout the East Coast, some which include: reporting on the Health Reform Bill on Capitol Hill, Haiti Relief Efforts, Georgia flood coverage in 2009, Georgia Sex Offender Laws, and reporting on Auburn University Student DUI's. Her experiences with celebrity interviews include: Akon, Timbaland, OK GO, Hayden Panettiere, Demi Lovato, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Hey Monday, Friday Night Boys & Jesse McCartney.
Currently, Carrie is completing the last semester of her year in college, working as the Station Manager at Eagle Eye News and reporting for ESPNU.