Carrie Wilson has spent her career working in nonprofit development and governmental affairs. Her passion for universal health care is driven by her own experience of being denied coverage on three separate occasions due to partial deafness, which was caused originally by her inability to afford health care she needed. Carrie started her career as a liaison to Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe, making recommendations for gubernatorial board and commission appointments. She later transitioned into nonprofit development, working for organizations in Arkansas and Colorado. Carrie is a member of the Association for Fundraising Professionals and served on the National Philanthropy Day Committee in 2018. Raised in Baton Rouge, she attended Louisiana State University, where she earned a Master of Public Administration and Bachelor of Arts in political science. She now considers Denver home after a detour to Little Rock.
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