Hoselton Chair of Ethics and Free Enterprise / SIFE Sam Walton Fellow / Hoselton Chair
- Innovative Leadership
- Church History
“Be the change you wish to see in the world." -Ghandi
"I have come that they may have life and have it more abundantly.” -Jesus (John 10:10)
Mrs. Starr began working in the undergraduate business department as an adjunct professor in 2005, teaching Creativity and Problem Solving. She has been the faculty advisor for the Roberts Enactus team for over 10 years, beginning in 2003. Currently, Carrie oversees Enactus and continues to teach in the classroom.
Prior to working at Roberts, she served as the Eastern Regional Director of Campus Ambassadors, a national campus ministry. Mrs. Starr has almost 15 years experience working with college students including teaching, writing curriculum, counseling, training student leaders, hiring and training ministry staff, fundraising, and strategic planning. She currently serves as the leader of the Creative Planning Team for West Side Baptist Church and continues to work as a Creativity Consultant for Campus Ambassadors. She is also the full time mother of three children. Mrs. Starr has a Masters Degree in Theological Studies from Northeastern Seminary.