Carrie Easley’s college career began at Pierce College-Fort Steilacoom in Lakewood, WA in 2009. In 2011, Carrie graduated with her AA-DTA in Science with the focus of Social Service Mental Health. After leaving Pierce College, she didn’t go to far to continue her education. She attended Central Washington University-Pierce County site to complete her BA of Science with the focus of Social Services. While attending both Pierce College and CWU-Pierce County, she got a Case Aide and Intership at Department of Social and Health Service where she was introducted to supervised/monitored/unsupervised/transporation visitation services. After leaving DSHS, Carrie went to go work for a private agency called Multicultural Child and Family Hope Center. After a short time of being there she was promoted to Parent-Child Visitation Lead Supervisor and held that position for about a year and few months where she learned the in-and-outs of the business and how things worked.
In July of 2015, Carrie decided it was time to venture out on her own and create her business and add her own twist on what services could be add to help families be better connected. As the company grows Carrie hopes to find more opportunities to better serve her community, but this is her start