Carrie Harris


Carrie Harris received a Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) in Finance from Kent State University, a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Kent State University’s Graduate School of Management, and a Masters of Education (MEd) in Curriculum and Instruction from Ashland University. Currently, she is the instructor for the Business and Sports Management program serving students from the Six District Educational Compact. Before joining Theodore Roosevelt High School, Carrie taught for many years at Stow-Munroe Falls High School, as well as Cuyahoga Falls High School. Carrie believes in the importance of teaching students real-world, career relevant skills offering her students a strong foundation that will prepare them for the highly competitive, continuously changing global environment. Carrie is extremely passionate about financial literacy and believes that equitable access to financial education during high school helps improve the lives of students beyond the classroom, giving them a head start to a successful future.

In addition to her high school teaching duties, Carrie is a certified Resident Educator teacher, has worked as an ACT test proctor for over 20 years, is a Business Professionals of America club advisor, and serves as an Advisory Board Member for Kent State University's Graduate School of Management (now The Ambassador Crawford College of Business & Entrepreneurship). Carrie is a proud alumni of the Teachers for Global Classrooms through the US Department of State, where she has hosted numerous international scholars into her classroom as well as traveled to Russia for a teacher exchange program. She has also participated as a dual-enrollment, adjunct professor with Ashland University teaching their Entrepreneurship and Economics in a Global Economy course.

Carrie and her husband, Dave, reside in Stow with their two daughters, Lydia and Juliet, and her rambunctious Golden Retriever, Finn. Her hobbies include reading historical fiction, taking weekend shopping trips, watching her girls play sports, attending family beach vacations, and finding new places to go out to eat.