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Carrie Berk

Author & Content Creator

Twenty-one-year-old Carrie Berk already has a life’s worth of accomplishments under her belt. It’s no wonder Bella Magazine declared her “an ambitious and dedicated boss babe,” and The Wall Street Journal dubbed her “a community-minded young creator.”

She is a verified content creator across several social media channels including TikTok (3.9M followers; 119M likes), Instagram (950K followers), Snapchat (133K followers), YouTube (101K followers) and Pinterest (227K followers; 10M monthly views), with a combined monthly engagement of more than 100M. Carrie has collaborated with top fashion, beauty, and lifestyle brands including Netflix, HBO Max, Walt Disney World, Pixar, Instagram, Revolve, Wet n Wild, MAC Cosmetics, Roller Rabbit, VS PINK, Alice + Olivia, Chips Ahoy!, Dunkin’ and more. She has been profiled in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, New York Daily News and others.

Carrie earned her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Fordham University. She is currently a reporter/contributing writer for the New York Post, Page SixHuffPost, Newsweek, Decider and more, on topics ranging from beauty and style to celebrity and sports. She served as an on-camera correspondent for TigerBeat and Girls’ Life, interviewing red carpet arrivals at the Radio Disney Music Awards, New York Fashion Week and the Teen Choice Awards. She has contributed to Seventeen Magazine and Girls’ Life’s print and digital channels.

Her solo debut book, “My Real-Life Rom-Com,” was released on September 19, 2023. It became a Barnes & Noble bestseller within 24 hours of its pre-order launch and peaked at #1 in Amazon’s Dating & Intimacy category.

She is a bestselling children’s book author with twenty-one books to her credit. She co-penned her first book, Peace, Love and Cupcakes, in 2012. The Cupcake Club series went on to publish twelve books (selling 300,000+ copies worldwide), and became an award-winning Off-Broadway show and featured selection in the 2017 New York Musical Festival. Carrie co-wrote the script for and starred in the show, earning her critical praise and an award for Outstanding Individual Performance.

Carrie’s second book, Fashion Academy, stems from her passion for fashion. The six-book series also became an Off-Broadway production at Vital Theatre and is currently licensed worldwide by Concord Music Publishing. Her most recent series, Ask Emma, springs from her personal experience as a teen lifestyle website creator and someone who has experienced cyberbullying firsthand. 

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