Carrie Williams is an Executive Producer at Viacom Velocity, a full-service integrated marketing and creative content division at Viacom. Carrie is responsible for producing branded content for Comedy Central, The Paramount Network and TV Land, including spearheading the development of branded franchise pilots and custom originals for sponsors across each network.
Culminating in a successful ten-year career at Viacom, Carrie has been at the helm of producing a number of award-winning branded content campaigns that have garnered industry-wide recognition from major press outlets and publications. In 2018, Carrie was honored with the Cablefax “30 Under 30 Overachievers in Television” award, where she was selected as 1 of only 30 TV professionals nationwide.
Prior to her current role, Carrie served as production manager for Viacom’s cross-network campaign initiatives. Her most notable career achievement was leading production for the “No More” campaign, in partnership with the Joyful Heart Foundation. Together with “No More,” Carrie produced a series of impactful PSA’s featuring celebrity talent and pro athletes advocating the end to domestic abuse and sexual assault. The PSA’s launched across all of Viacom’s networks including the Super Bowl and other major primetime sporting events.
Before her career at Viacom, Carrie worked as a production assistant on the Emmy Award-winning season of MTV Unplugged featuring Katy Perry, Adele, Paramore and Vampire Weekend. She also assisted on set of America’s Best Dance Crew and The Real World/Road Rules Reunion Special.
In 2010, Carrie graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.
Throughout college, Carrie interned for various media outlets including ABC News, supporting the launch of their new prime-time show, Washington Business Tonight; In addition to MTV Networks, assisting in digital content production for MTV.com; and finally, NBC, developing original creative content where Carrie was later honored as an Emmy Award recipient for: “NBC Interns,” the original content series she co-created, wrote, edited and directed.