Carrie Cuthbert

Development Director

Carrie oversees all fundraising activities for Free Press and the Free Press Action Fund. Before joining Free Press, Carrie served for more than eight years as founding co-director of the Women's Rights Network, a human rights organization working to end violence against women, and for three years on the development team at Amherst College. She currently serves on the board of Safe Passage, which serves survivors of domestic violence. Carrie earned a B.A. in anthropology from Amherst College and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. Outside of work she can be found experimenting in the kitchen, hiking mountain trails, drinking chai, devouring fiction — and driving carpools.


  • Calling All CREDO Customers and Petition Signers!

    December 20, 2012
    Did you know you can help fund Free Press’ work to change the media and build a better democracy — without spending a penny? Here’s how: Vote for Free Press via the CREDO 2012 Donations Ballot.
  • Give on Giving Tuesday

    November 27, 2012

    A day of national giving? Right on the heels of Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Free Press is in!

    Today we’re thrilled to be one of the more than 2,000 organizations from all 50 states that are participating in Giving Tuesday.

    The goal is straightforward: Inspire people to support the vast range of work being done to solve our nation’s toughest problems. At Free Press this means transforming the U.S. media system to put people first.

  • Why Give to Free Press?

    July 19, 2012

    I admit it: I’ve wondered if the $25 I kick toward a handful of nonprofits each year actually matters. Some of the groups on my list are so well-established it’s hard to imagine they’ll suffer much without my contribution. Others are struggling to keep their doors open, so it seems unlikely that my modest gift will help them stay afloat. But in the end I know that my contribution matters. That’s why I keep giving.

People + Policy

= Positive Change for the Public Good

people + policy = Positive Change for the Public Good