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Carrie Doll is a professional Master of Ceremonies and keynote speaker. She also specializes in panel moderation, event consulting and public speaking coaching for C-Suite executives.
Carrie recently retired from a 20 year career as a Television News Anchor. She holds a Degree in Communications from the University of Calgary and a Diploma in Broadcast News from SAIT. She did an internship at ABC News in Lubbock Texas and worked at a number of Television stations across Alberta before settling down in Edmonton where she anchored CTV News at 6PM for 13 years.
Carrie has interviewed countless news makers locally, across the country, in the entertainment industry and politics including many premiers, prime ministers and US President Bill Clinton. Carrie is renowned for her emcee work for countless organizations throughout the city and the Province.
Carrie also believes in giving back to her community. She serves as the Honorary Chair of the YWCA Women of Distinction Awards and the Glenrose Hospital's Courage Gala, she is a Director of the Board of the Edmonton Singing Christmas Tree Foundation and she is the Chair of the Stollery Women's Network.
Carrie was honored as one of the top 100 citizens in our province during Alberta's Centennial celebrations and chosen as Edmonton's Woman of the Year in 2002.

In her dynamic keynote address, You Can Create Your Own Reality, Carrie shares her story from how she went from a small Alberta town, to anchoring one of the top 6PM newscasts in Canada. Her story begins in Fairview Alberta with a population of three-thousand people. From there she moved to Calgary and went through an interesting process deciding what she wanted to do with her life - a process she has used to help high school students and countless others struggling with their career path. Six years of post-secondary education later, a massive student loan and countless hours of volunteer time led her to her first television news job in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. From there she worked at stations across Alberta and with veteran broadcasters across the country.  She finally settled in Edmonton where she anchored CTV News at 6PM for 13 years. 
How did she create her dream career? What did she learn along the way, and what eventually led her to release that dream and move into the entrepreneurial world? What lessons did Carrie acquire that have implications for every one of us? It's a powerful, positive, compelling and humourous story about living a "no-regrets" life, about learning from mistakes and how to create what you want – "YOUR OWN REALITY".  

Previous Presentations and Master of Ceremonies

A Surprise Good-Bye for Lynn Mandel, wife of former Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel
Alberta Chamber of Resource Awards (2 years)
Alberta School of Business - Canadian Business Person of the Year
An Afternoon with John Furlong, CEO Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympics
An Evening and Q & A with Amanda Lindhout in support of WINGS
An Evening in support of the Zebra Foundation for Abused Children (3 years)
BOMA Awards recognizing Edmonton Business Leaders
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, CIBC Run for the Cure (13 years)
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Volunteer Appreciation Awards (4 years)
Canadian Paraplegic Association Red Carpet Gala (3 years)
Canadian Women's Executive Network Annual Edmonton Breakfast (3 years)
Courage Awards in support of the Glenrose Hospital Foundation (2 years)
Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation, An Evening with Entrepreneurs
Edmonton Singing Christmas Tree Show (6 years)
Harvest Gala in support of the Lois Hole Hospital (5 years)
Host of "Alberta Votes", the televised debate between Alberta Political Leaders
Kickoff to Edmonton Read-In Week (10 Years)
Mayor's Evening for the Arts (10 years)
Mother's Day Luncheon in Support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (13 years)
Nina Haggerty Cake Walk (6 years)
Norquest College Breakfast of Champions (6 years)
Productivity Alberta's Summit Event. 
Sage Awards (5 years)
Snowflake Gala for the Stollery Children's Hospital (13 years)
United Way Kickoff Fundraising Breakfast (5 years)
World Triathlon Breakfast
World Triathlon Championship Breakfast
YOUCAN Comedy Night (5 years)
YWCA Rose Campaign
YWCA Tribute to Women of Distinction Awards (13 years)


"Thanks Carrie for facilitating the Q & A in Edmonton.  I only hope the audience enjoyed it half as much as I did.  You did a fine job with the questions".

Bill Clinton, Former President of the United States
"Carrie Doll emceed our Canadian Business Leader Award celebrations in March 2015 and did an incredible job keeping the evening's program on time and providing all-important continuity between speakers. Our original emcee had a last-minute urgent engagement that meant we needed someone to step in at the last minute to fill the spot! Carrie rose to this challenge and in spite of being brought in just two days before the event, worked with our organizers to put together a dynamic, engaging and utterly professional script that both my team and I thoroughly appreciated".
Joseph Doucet, Dean, Alberta School of Business
"Carrie Doll was absolutely fantastic as emcee and moderator of the International Triathlon Union event. Incorporating humor, warmth, and a lively presentation style that was both informed and sincere, Carrie led the event flawlessly from start to finish.  Carrie's presence and professionalism truly elevated this event to first-class."
Beckie Scott, Canadian Olympic Gold Medalist
"Carrie Doll brings an energy that is unmatched to every stage she sets foot on as an Emcee and host. We were beyond pleased with her balance of professionalism and easy-going attitude as she worked with us to achieve the atmosphere and punch we were hoping for during our event".
Jacquie Boily, Creative Lead & Special Events, GO Productivity

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