Carrie became a member on the Keystone Board of Education in 2018. She is presently on the Building and Grounds and Public Relations committees. Her love of Keystone Schools and the community is what led her to become a board member, and she is excited to continue to serve in this position and help make the district the best it can be.
Carrie earned a Masters of Science Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelors of Science Degree in Nutrition from Notre Dame College. She is a registered Dietitian at the Keystone Pointe Health & Rehabilitation Facitity.
Carrie has been actively involved in the PTA as a board member and as a volunteer. She is also a member of the KEY Collaborative, an organization in the community that brings nutrition and physical education resources to the community.
Carrie states, "I am proud to be involved with the Keystone Empowers You (KEY) Collaborative where we work to bring nutrition and physical activity resources to the Keystone Local School District. I love to jog, hike, travel, paddleboard, read, watch my kids, play sports, and spend time in nature. I have always been and still am passionate about promoting good health and chronic disease prevention. I have a creative knack for making my kids’ food into food art so it is fun for them to eat (and so they will eat lots of fruits and veggies!)."