Carrie Starr, M.A.

Assistant Professor of Business; Hoselton Chair of Ethics and Free Enterprise


“Be the change you wish to see in the world."
"I have come that they may have life and have it more abundantly.
Jesus (John 10:10)

Research Interests

  • Leadership & Team Building
  • Creativity & Innovation


Professor Starr began working in the undergraduate business department as an adjunct professor in 2005, teaching Creativity and Problem Solving. She has been the faculty adviser for the Roberts Enactus team since 2008, leading the team to three top twenty finishes and a 2nd place national title in 2014. She has led Roberts missions initiatives in Guatemala, India and Japan. Carrie currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Business and the Hoselton Chair of Ethics and Free Enterprise.

Carrie is the author of two books, Cheap Love and Marriage Adventures and a blogger at Prior to working at Roberts, she served as the Eastern Regional Director of Campus Ambassadors Christian Fellowship where she oversaw recruitment, staff training, team development, and fundraising for the East Coast.

Honors & Awards

Professor Starr was honored by Enactus United States as the Sam M. Walton Free Enterprise Fellow of the year in 2014 for her work as faculty adviser to the Roberts Enactus team.