Care has infiltrated her life with the Kitchener-Waterloo music scene since 2006. After launching The Rock Show on 100.3 CKMS in 2007, Care went on to found Indie Rock Invasion Show Entertainment with local musician and fellow broadcaster, Todd Donald. The pair set their sights on celebrating, exposing and supporting independent artists, bands and musicians.

In 2008, after the successful launch of I.R.I.S. Entertainment, Care would continue15110996_558481134347372_8341166006865135478_o broadcasting the Indie Rock Invasion Show on 88.3 CJIQ until 2012 and hosting live shows in the region at various venues (over 300 shows in total!) In the interim, she also opened the I.R.I.S. Special Events Dj Service, and began hosting I On Music featured on Rogers TV. Care also set her sights on charity work, and founded the TABU Music Festival in support of society-labelled taboo topics, and the Mariah Series; a celebration of Women and Music in support of families touched by suicide. After the demise of Echo Weekly, (Care’s first print employer), Care would incorporate I.R.I.S. Entertainment and launch Velvet Rope Magazine, and its newest editions Aggression Magazine and Whiskey Corral Magazine.

I.R.I.S. Entertainment and Velvet Rope Magazine officially closed after years of serving the Waterloo Region in 2014.

Today, Care is the Evening Announcer for Today’s Best Country  (Country 106.7 in Kitchener, Country 93.5 in Kingston, Country 101.1 in Ottawa, Country 104.3 in Sault St Marie, 600 CKAT in North Bay, Country 93.3 in Fort McMurray, & Country 107.1 in Abbotsford), the Entertainment Reporter for 570 News & Daytime on Rogers TV (Waterloo Region), the host/producer of Music Tonight also on Rogers TV (Waterloo Region) as well as a Featured Blogger for Explore Waterloo with the Waterloo Region Tourism Board.

She is the recipient of the Waterloo Region Record’s Top 40 Under 40, has been nominated twice for Woman of the Year, and has earned multiple Sonic Boom Awards for her projects, including her radio program on 100.3 CKMS. Care’s TABU Music Festival and she and Michael Clifton’s Strummerfest were each nominated for a KW Arts Award in the category of Best New Festival.

Care is available for MC’ing, Publicity, Promotions and Live Event Consulting.

Care is an active participant in her community, and finds purpose in giving back wherever she can through her charity work.

Please take a look around the site, and feel free to contact Care at any time.