Carrie Biggs-Adams

Staff Representative for NABET-CWA

Carrie has been a videotape engineer at NBC Burbank since 1976. This led to her work with the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians — Communications Workers of America (NABET-CWA), a union affiliated with the AFL-CIO. These days she serves NABET-CWA bargaining union contracts in radio and television for engineers and technicians from the House of Representatives to NPR, PBS and TV stations in various markets.

Carrie is interested in mobilization, motivating people to fight corporate greed and media consolidation, the Occupy movement and the anti-war group Code Pink. She enjoys leading street demonstrations and has been seen on the streets of Washington, D.C, dressed as VeriGreedy the Corporate Pig.

Carrie won a Daytime Emmy Award for editing on the soap opera Sunset Beach in 1999 — the same year that Susan Lucci finally won her first Emmy.

People + Policy

= Positive Change for the Public Good

people + policy = Positive Change for the Public Good