Carrie Courogen is a writer and social media editor based in New York with nearly a decade of editorial experience in print, digital, and video media. As associate editor of social video at Condé Nast, she produces original video content and manages social video strategy for brands like Teen Vogue, Glamour, and Allure, as well as oversees all editorial and social content for Iris, Condé’s first social-led video brand for millennial women. Additionally, she is the co-host, co-writer, and editor of ‘77 Music Club, a podcast about classic — and often overlooked — albums. She writes freelance articles for various outlets and more personal think pieces on her longtime blog.
Her writing — which often zeroes in on the intersection of feminism and pop culture — has been featured in print and online for publications like PAPER Magazine, NPR Music, Pitchfork, Flood Magazine, Guitar World, Quartz, Bustle, the NY Daily News, and more.
From 2016 to early 2017, Carrie was one of four founding members of the online publication Inspirer (which grew to more than 3.5M UMVs in one year),where she interviewed artists and actors like Pat Benatar, Greta Morgan, Eva Longoria, and Jen Kirkman, wrote essays about pop culture moments like Lemonade, and covered events like Night of 1000 Stevies and Emmylou Harris’s Concert for Refugees.
Prior to Condé Nast, she spent two and a half years starting her career on the agency level as a social media and digital PR coordinator for independent films, television shows, and lifestyle brands. Additionally, she served as music coordinator for former Fleetwood Mac producer Richard Dashut’s short-lived site, where she reviewed new music and live concerts.
Having worked extensively as a journalist since she was 16 years old, Carrie is a graduate of New York University, where she double majored in journalism and politics and graduated with honors and a Founders Day Award for academic excellence. While at NYU, she pursued editorial opportunities with major national publications, including Teen Vogue and the New York Daily News. Additionally, Carrie filled multiple senior editorial roles at the Washington Square News, NYU’s award-winning independent student newspaper.