Mistress Carrie is the afternoon host 3p-7p and Music Director of Boston's Rock Station WAAF. She was born and raised in Leominster, Mass. She received her Associates degree in Radio from Newbury College and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Communications from Framingham State College. After working as a roadie and truck driver, she began her full time radio career in 1998 on the air at WAAF. She has become the stations Music Director, and has been on the air for over 15 years, making her way from overnights and weekends, to nights, mid-days, and finally afternoon drive.
Mistress Carrie was the first “non-news” journalist to be embedded in the Middle East with the U.S. military in Iraq 2006 and Afghanistan in 2011 both times with units from the Mass. Army National Guard. She was awarded the Commanders Award for Public Service twice by the Army, awarded a tactical call-sign “Narko” by the Air Force after a flight in an F-15, and received the Order of Saint Maurice by the 181st & 182nd Infantry. Carrie is also affiliated with several military charities, a licensed skydiver, and member of the USPA, a motorcycle rider, an amateur marksman, an avid music lover, a pug owner, and a proud Army wife.