Carrie Neill was appointed to the National PTA Board of Directors in 2020 as a Member-at-large and currently serves on the Leadership Committee. A dedicated advocate for children, families and teachers, Neill has also served in her local PTA for six years in multiple board roles and has chaired her local PTA’s event, literacy, appreciation and membership committees.
Outside of PTA, Neill is currently serving her first term as a School Board Member. She is heavily involved with her School District's policy, wellness, social-emotional learning, COVID-19 task force and communications committees. She is also an active member of the New Hampshire School Boards Association and National School Boards Association.
Professionally, Neill works in the Marketing, Digital Design and Social Media Communications field. She feels it fuels her passion and belief in the importance of effective communication as a cornerstone for any organization's success.
Born in South Korea, Neill was adopted and came to the US in 1987. She officially became an American Citizen that same year, and now serves as a Mentor for adoptees and their adoptive families.
In 2019, Neill received the New Hampshire Volunteerism Award for Non-Profits for her efforts in multiple local organizations dedicated to education. She is passionate about educational legislation and policy reform, both locally and nationally. Neill believes in supporting the whole student through engaging communities to work together and bridging the gap between school, guardians and the community to best serve our youth. She is a proud parent to three girls, a dog and two cats.