Senior Director, Principal Gifts, PBS Foundation
Carrie Scott joined the PBS Foundation in 2016 as Senior Director, Principal Gifts. Based in Los Angeles, she is responsible for raising funds in support of the work and mission of both the PBS Foundation and PBS SoCal.
Prior to joining PBS, Carrie was Senior Director, Advancement at the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, where she was responsible for advancing the major and planned giving programs. From 2005 to 2014, she was Director of Development, Western Region, for NPR. While in that position, she initiated and advanced a collaborative major gifts program for NPR and member stations that increased the base of support for public radio. Carrie began her career working in major gifts at the Los Angeles Opera.
Carrie attended Lindenwood University in her home town of St. Charles, Missouri, and currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two sons.