Sheffield

Carrie Sheffield
Senior Contributor

Carrie is a senior writer with Opportunity Lives based in Manhattan, where she tells stories on entrepreneurship, innovation and poverty solutions. She is also founder of Bold, a Millennial-focused, news & cultural platform centered on ideals of personal responsibility and accessible capitalism. A Forbes political economy contributor, she hosted an online TV show for The Washington Times and appears on Fox News, Fox Business Network, MSNBC, and CBS Digital, among others, and has written for the Wall Street Journal, TIME, USA Today, the New York Times, he Washington Post, and the Huffington Post. Head of PR for Silicon Harlem, Carrie is a New York Leader at the Foreign Policy Initiative, member of The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research Young Leaders Circle, Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program advisory board and the National Press Club‘s Young Members Committee.

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Gerard Adams grew up in a stable, loving, two-parent home. But when he started high school in Belleville, New Jersey, he was immersed in …

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Not many people can boast they have designed clothing worn by Defense Secretary Gen. James Mattis. But entrepreneur and Afghanistan War veteran Mark Wales …

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Forty years ago and more than 5,000 miles away from Brooklyn, a sleeping sickness struck the people of Nigeria. As the epidemic ravaged the …

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Former President George W. Bush set a classy precedent of riding off into the sunset and letting a new administration run its course. Bush …

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In a move that should ease the worries of those concerned that America is planning on withdrawing from global trade, President Trump recently strengthened …

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Ayshia Connors has always stood out from the crowd. She’s an African-American woman from a state—Utah—whose population is one percent black. But Connors has …

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Gianno Caldwell is a staple in programming at Fox News Channel and Fox Business Channel, also appearing on CNN, Headline News, Black Entertainment Television, …

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Donald Trump’s election tapped into the unease facing many blue collar Americans left behind in today’s economy. David Smick, the author of “The Great …

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The ambiguous and angry Women’s March is further displaying the diminishing marginal returns of today’s “feminism,” by their International Women’s Day strike by encouraging …

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At Google headquarters in Manhattan, a cadre of polished, accomplished women met to break the venture capital and angel-funding wall that has been so …