Carrie-anne Nash

Carrie-anne Nash

Marketing Communications Consultant - Clean Energy, Tech, Non-profit

Greater Boston Area
Renewables & Environment

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Carrie-anne Nash's Overview

  • Strategic Marketing Manager at Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP)
  • Brands Channel Editor at Sustainable Life Media
  • Policy and Communications Officer at Breckland Council, UK
  • Media Relations at Business Wire
  • Freelance Reporter at Bagdon Publishing/Suburban World Newspapers

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Carrie-anne Nash's Summary

Carrie is a content strategist, social media manager and copywriter with experience in high-tech startups, clean energy and sustainability fields. Experience in developing brand strategies and launching corporate social media initiatives and communications plans. She's also written for email, collateral, white papers and video scripts. An agile project manager skilled at designing content marketing programs for aligning multiple communications channels. Other strengths include:

• Influential reporting and technical writing
• Strategic communications planning
• Vendor and contract management
• Maximizing new and traditional media

Carrie-anne Nash's Experience

November 2013Present (1 year) Greater Boston Area

Marketing & PR Strategist

Crackerjack Content Solutions

2008Present (6 years) Greater Boston Area

January 2009June 2013 (4 years 6 months) Greater Boston Area

Brands Channel Editor

Sustainable Life Media

June 2008June 2009 (1 year 1 month)

Policy and Communications Officer

Breckland Council, UK

January 2004April 2007 (3 years 4 months)

Media Relations

Business Wire

June 2000September 2002 (2 years 4 months) Greater Boston Area

Freelance Reporter

Bagdon Publishing/Suburban World Newspapers

June 2000August 2002 (2 years 3 months)

Carrie-anne Nash's Publications


    • Daily Energy Report
    • September 13, 2013
    Authors: Carrie-anne Nash

    From small craft brewers, to large scale industrial brewing operations, brewing is energy intensive business that can yield big returns on ee investments.

  • Energy Efficiency Measures Support Sustainability Plans and Potential Tax Benefits

    • Daily Energy Report
    • April 2012
    Authors: Carrie-anne Nash

    In a recent report by Ernst & Young, researchers found that only 16% of companies that either have or are developing an environmental sustainability strategy said their tax or finance departments are actively involved in it. The survey entitled Working Together: Linking sustainability and tax to reduce the cost of implementing sustainability initiatives, highlights how companies not including their tax departments in sustainability plans, are losing big on opportunities for incentives and tax breaks.

  • Energy Efficiency: The Abundance of Zilch

    • Daily Energy Report
    • March 2012
    Authors: Carrie-anne Nash

    The Northeast stands at a cross-roads for the future of our region’s energy system. Over the last decade there have been events that have alerted us to our growing need to diversify our energy resources: the great blackout of 2003 which left 50 million people throughout the Northeast and Canada in the dark, not to mention several storms in the last few years that have left residents and businesses across the region powerless for weeks. Our current situation has taken years to develop. Today we rely on an energy system that is still dependent on fossil fuels, and is at the mercy of our growing energy needs, weather patterns, and politics. Natural gas, our fuel of choice at the moment for electricity and heat, causes our region’s heating costs to skyrocket in the winter and puts the Northeast’s electricity needs in a precarious situation.

  • A kWh Saved is a kWh Earned. Efficiency is the Key to Sustainable Energy for All

    • Daily Energy Report
    • January 2012
    Authors: Carrie-anne Nash

    The inequitable distribution of energy around the world, is not only unfair, it’s economically unsustainable, and environmentally dangerous. While there are those who are struggling to find energy sources, there are others wasting it through inefficient energy use.

Carrie-anne Nash's Education

Regis College


Biddeford High School


Carrie-anne Nash's Skills & Expertise

  1. Corporate Social Responsibility
  2. Strategic Communications
  3. Public Relations
  4. SEO
  5. Web Content
  6. Corporate Communications
  7. Marketing Communications
  8. Social Media
  9. Energy Efficiency
  10. Clean Technology
  11. Consulting
  12. Blogging
  13. Contract Management
  14. Media Relations
  15. Public Policy
  16. Content Strategy
  17. Agile Project Management
  18. Change Champion
  19. Writing
  20. Creative Writing
  21. Flexible Approach
  22. Corporate Citizenship
  23. Organization & prioritization skills
  24. Proofreading
  25. Copy Editing
  26. Working Remotely
  27. Multi Tasking
  28. Systems Thinking
  29. Strategic Content Development
  30. Technical Writing
  31. Sustainability
  32. Energy Policy
  33. Renewable Energy
  34. Public Speaking
  35. Sustainable Business
  36. Editing
  37. Content Development
  38. Marketing Strategy
  39. Program Management
  40. Fair Trade
  41. Sustainability Consulting
  42. Fundraising
  43. Press Releases
  44. Internal Communications
  45. Newsletters
  46. Email Marketing
  47. Social Media Marketing
  48. Journalism
  49. Nonprofits
  50. Content Management

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Carrie-anne Nash's Organizations

  • PRSA

Carrie-anne Nash's Volunteer Experience & Causes

  • Volunteer Experience

    • Media and Government Relations

      Fairtrade in Norfolk
      • Civil Rights and Social Action
      October 2002 November 2005 (3 years 2 months)

      Fairtrade in Norfolk [FIN] is a local action group of people from all over the county campaigning to promote Fairtrade and fairly traded products. FIN has the support of Norwich City Council, prominent city businesses, schools, churches and the local media. FIN succeeded in February 2005 in making Norwich a Fairtrade City.

    • Camp Volunteer

      Nelson's Journey
      • Children
      February 2004 April 2007 (3 years 3 months)

      Nelson’s Journey is a charity dedicated to supporting bereaved children and young people throughout Norfolk.

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