Carrie Doyle is a born and bred New Yorker, having spent most of her life living between New York City and East Hampton, with the exception of a six-year stint in Europe and five years in Los Angeles. Currently, she splits her time between New York and Long Island, with her husband, two teenage sons and two dogs.
Carrie is the former founding Editor-in-Chief of the Russian edition of Marie Claire Magazine, as well as a best-selling author of multiple novels and screenplays that span many genres. Her movie “Intern,” which she co-wrote and associate produced, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Carrie’s books have appeared on seven bestseller lists and been translated into nine languages, and she has written countless magazine articles. Additionally, she co-founded the award-winning independent publishing company Dunemere Books, which was sold to Sourcebooks.
Prior to becoming a Village Trustee, Carrie served on the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) and the East Hampton Village Planning Board. She has also been on the Author’s Night Event Committee for the East Hampton Library for several years. As a second home owner, Carrie is happy that Mayor Larsen has reached out to all residents of East Hampton Village, and hopes to continue his path of inclusion.