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Potter Named FIESTA Emcee

November 22, 2019
By Deb Daley

Carrie Potter ’95, alumna and President of The Carrie Potter Group, LLC, in Houston, Texas, is the Master of Ceremonies for FIESTA 2020.  Potter is an award-winning executive who provides business consulting and financial planning services to professional athletes and small businesses. Previously, she was Vice President at PMG Sports in Washington, D.C.  She also serves as a Lecturer with the Rice University Department of Sport Management. 

No stranger to the limelight, Potter is founder and President of Women in Sports & Events (WISE) Houston; President of Texas Executive Women; and served on the Houston Area Women’s Center Board of Directors for ten years, including five as Chair of Finance and two as Chair of the Board. 

She was named one of Houston’s 50 Most Influential Women in 2019, a 2016 Woman on the Move by Texas Executive Women, a part of the Houston Business Journal’s 2017 40 Under 40 class,and honored as a STEAM Role Model by the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce in 2018. 

She earned two degrees in business, B.B.A.’99 and M.B.A.’01, from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and serves on the Executive Committee of the School of Business Board of Advisors, chairing the Student Experience Committee. Carrie is a Senior Fellow from Class XXXIV of the American Leadership Forum and after participating in Class 34 of the Center for Houston’s Future, co-chaired its 2018 Leadership Campaign. She was named a 2016 Woman on the Move by Texas Executive Women, a part of the Houston Business Journal’s 2017 “40 Under 40” class, and honored as a STEAM Role Model by the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce in 2018.  

Carrie was also valedictorian of her class at Mercy, the first female class president at The George Washington University, and a writing assistant for The Babe Book: Baseball’s Greatest Legend Remembered.  Her three sisters, Katie Potter Peterson’99, Julie Potter Richt ’01, and Mary Jo Potter ’04, also attended Mercy.

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