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About Carielle
Carielle Doe is a freelance shooter/producer who has a deep love for journalism.  With a focus on human interest stories, she has worked on projects all over the world.  

Carielle worked as a shooter and field producer in Liberia for ABC News throughout the Ebola crisis.  Before Ebola, Carielle worked as a communications consultant on projects for various organizations.

Carielle advanced past more than 40,000 other competitors to win the 2010 Your Big Year competition, which allowed her to travel to 16 countries as field producer and photographer on the 2011 Your Big Year trip. During the trip, she documented volunteer projects in education, health, environmental conservation, and construction. 

Early in her career, Carielle worked as a production associate at ABC News and then as an associate producer at NBC News in New York City.  She has an MA in journalism from New York University with a focus on documentary.  

After a successful running career during which she a reached high-school All American status four times, she received her BA from the University of Virginia, where she was a nationally ranked runner and ACC champion on the track and field team.
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After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  94.7 Jack FM
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work and humility. He aims to focus on peace, reconciliation, and key areas like education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Liberia faces significant challenges, including food insecurity, corruption, and infrastructure issues. Boakai's supporters view him as a trustworthy figure capable of addressing these problems, contrasting him with Weah's administration, which was marred by corruption and inefficiency.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  100.7 MIX-FM | Today's Hit Music | Terre Haute, IN
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of his long career, marked by hard work and humility. He aims to address key issues such as education, health, agriculture, and the economy, and to promote peace and reconciliation. Despite concerns about his age, supporters view him as a trustworthy and experienced leader capable of rebuilding the nation after years of corruption and administrative challenges under Weah's rule.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  WKZO | Everything Kalamazoo | 590 AM · 106.9 FM
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work, humility, and experience. He aims to focus on peace, reconciliation, education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Despite concerns about his age, supporters view him as a trustworthy and scandal-free leader, contrasting sharply with Weah's tenure, which was marred by corruption and administrative issues. Liberia faces significant challenges, including food insecurity, drug use among youth, and poor infrastructure.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  Q106 Rock On! | WJXQ | Jackson, Battle Creek & Lansing
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work and humility. He aims to focus on peace, reconciliation, education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Liberia faces significant challenges, including food insecurity, drug use among youth, unreliable power supply, and corruption. Boakai's supporters view him as a trustworthy figure capable of addressing these issues, contrasting him with Weah, whose presidency was marred by corruption and administrative issues.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  Classic Rock 103.5 WIMZ | Knoxville, TN
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of his long career, marked by hard work and humility. He aims to focus on peace, reconciliation, and key areas such as education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Liberia faces significant challenges, including food insecurity, drug use among youth, and corruption. Boakai's supporters view him as a trustworthy figure capable of addressing these issues, contrasting him with Weah's administration, which was marred by corruption and inefficiency.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  wifc.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work and humility. He aims to address key issues such as education, health, agriculture, and the economy, while promoting peace and reconciliation. Liberia faces significant challenges, including food insecurity, corruption, and infrastructure problems. Boakai's supporters view him as a trustworthy and experienced leader capable of bringing stability and progress to the country.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  dukefmduluth.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work, humility, and experience. He aims to rebuild Liberia, focusing on education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Despite concerns about his age, supporters view him as a trustworthy leader capable of addressing the country's challenges, including corruption, food insecurity, and infrastructure issues.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  wnflsports.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work, humility, and experience. He aims to focus on peace, reconciliation, education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Liberia faces significant challenges, including food insecurity, drug use among youth, unreliable power supply, and corruption. Boakai's supporters view him as a trustworthy leader capable of addressing these issues, contrasting him with Weah, whose tenure was marred by corruption and administrative chaos.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  go955.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work, humility, and experience. He aims to focus on peace, reconciliation, education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Despite concerns about his age, supporters view him as a trustworthy and scandal-free leader, contrasting sharply with Weah's administration, which faced criticism for corruption and inefficiency. Boakai's modest lifestyle and commitment to public service have garnered widespread support.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  hot96.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work, humility, and experience. He aims to focus on peace, reconciliation, education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Despite concerns about his age, supporters view him as a trustworthy and scandal-free leader, contrasting sharply with Weah's tenure, which was marred by corruption and administrative issues. Boakai's modest lifestyle and commitment to public service have earned him widespread trust and support.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  WIN 98.5 Your Country | WNWN-FM | Battle Creek, MI
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of his long career, marked by hard work, humility, and experience. He aims to address key issues such as education, health, agriculture, and the economy, with a focus on peace and reconciliation. Despite concerns about his age, supporters view him as a trustworthy leader capable of rebuilding the nation after years of corruption and administrative challenges under Weah's rule.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  kdal610.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of a long career marked by hard work and humility. He aims to address key issues such as education, health, agriculture, and the economy, with a focus on peace and reconciliation. Liberia faces significant challenges, including food insecurity, corruption, and infrastructure problems. Boakai's supporters view him as a trustworthy and experienced leader capable of bringing stability and progress to the country.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  101.9 Jack FM
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai, who has a long career in politics including 12 years as vice president, is seen by supporters as hardworking and humble, with a focus on unity, education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Liberia faces challenges such as food insecurity, drug use among youth, unreliable power supply, and corruption. Boakai's modest lifestyle contrasts with Weah's glitzy past as a soccer star, and despite concerns about his age, his campaign emphasizes his mental sharpness.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  wmbdradio.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai, who worked his way up from humble beginnings and served as vice president under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, is seen as a figure of hard work and humility. His victory is celebrated by supporters who expect improvements after Weah's tenure, which was marked by corruption and administrative issues. Boakai plans to focus on education, health, agriculture, and the economy, aiming to unite the country post-election. Despite concerns about his age, his campaign emphasizes his mental sharpness.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  963jackfm.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is poised to become Liberia's president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's long career includes 12 years as vice president under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. His victory is seen as a response to Weah's presidency, which brought initial hope but was later criticized for corruption and administrative issues. Boakai plans to focus on education, health, agriculture, and the economy, aiming to unite the country post-election. Despite concerns about his age, his campaign emphasizes his mental acuity.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  kelofm.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is poised to become Liberia's president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as the culmination of a long career, including 12 years as vice president under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. His win is celebrated by supporters who value his hard work, humility, and experience, especially after Weah's tenure, which brought initial hope but was later criticized for corruption and administrative issues. Boakai faces the challenge of rebuilding Liberia, a country with a history of civil wars and an Ebola epidemic, and an economy where a significant portion of the population faces food insecurity. His focus will be on peace, reconciliation, and improving education, health, agriculture, and the economy.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  whbl.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's career includes 12 years as vice president under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and is characterized by his supporters as marked by hard work, humility, and experience. He faces the challenge of rebuilding Liberia, a country with a history of civil wars and an Ebola epidemic, and an economy with high food insecurity despite recent growth. Boakai plans to focus on education, health, agriculture, and the economy, aiming to bring the country together after a divisive election.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  wabx.net
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia's president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's long career includes 12 years as vice president under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. His victory is seen as a response to Weah's rule, which brought initial hope but was marred by corruption and administrative issues. Boakai's focus will be on peace, reconciliation, and addressing education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Despite concerns about his age, his campaign emphasizes his mental sharpness. Liberia faces challenges such as food insecurity, drug use among youth, unreliable power supply, and poor infrastructure.

After decades in the wings, Liberia's quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  thestar.com.my
Joseph Boakai is set to become Liberia's president after defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai, known for his hard work and humility, has a long political career, including 12 years as vice president. His victory is seen as a response to Weah's rule, which brought initial hope but was tainted by corruption. Boakai's focus will be on peace, reconciliation, and addressing issues in education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Despite concerns about his age, his campaign emphasizes his mental sharpness.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  wsau.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia’s president after a narrow victory in the run-off vote against incumbent George Weah. Boakai's win culminates a long career, including 12 years as vice president under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. His tenure is anticipated to focus on unity, education, health, agriculture, and economic reforms. Despite concerns about his age, supporters see his scandal-free public life and calm demeanor as an antidote to Weah's presidency, which was criticized for corruption and administrative chaos. Boakai's humble beginnings and reputation for hard work and humility resonated with voters seeking change.

After decades in the wings, Liberia’s quiet man Boakai set for presidency

18 Nov 2023  |  kelo.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia's president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's long career includes 12 years as vice president under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. His victory is seen as a response to Weah's rule, which brought initial hope but was later criticized for corruption and administrative issues. Boakai's focus will be on peace, reconciliation, and addressing education, health, agriculture, and the economy. Despite concerns about his age, his campaign emphasizes his mental sharpness.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

17 Nov 2023  |  perthnow.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded defeat in the election to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai. Weah congratulated Boakai after preliminary results showed Boakai leading with 50.89% of the vote to Weah's 49.11%, with 99.6% of polling stations counted. The final results are expected soon.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

17 Nov 2023  |  dungogchronicle.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded election defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai after near-final results showed Boakai leading with 50.89% of the vote. Weah, seeking a second term, had 49.11% of the vote with results from 99.6% of polling stations counted. Presidential press secretary Solo Kehgbeh announced Weah's concession and praised the democratic process, while Boakai's spokesman Amara Konneh confirmed the congratulatory call. Final results are expected soon.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

17 Nov 2023  |  yasstribune.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai in the presidential election. With results from 99.6% of polling stations counted, Boakai led with 50.89% of the vote over Weah's 49.11%. Weah's press secretary, Solo Kehgbeh, announced the concession, and Boakai's spokesman, Amara Konneh, confirmed receiving a congratulatory call from Weah.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

17 Nov 2023  |  westernadvocate.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded defeat in the election to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai, who led with 50.89% of the vote against Weah's 49.11%, based on results from 99.6% of polling stations.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

17 Nov 2023  |  inverelltimes.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai in the presidential election. With 99.6% of polling stations counted, Boakai led with 50.89% of the vote over Weah's 49.11%. Weah, seeking a second term, congratulated Boakai, marking a peaceful transition of power. Final election results are expected soon.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

17 Nov 2023  |  blayneychronicle.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded defeat in the election to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai, who led with 50.89% of the vote against Weah's 49.11%, according to the country's elections commission with results from 99.6% of polling stations.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

17 Nov 2023  |  www.greatlakesadvocate.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded defeat in the election to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai. With 99.6% of polling stations reporting, Boakai led with 50.89% of the vote, while Weah had 49.11%, according to the country's elections commission.

Liberia President George Weah Concedes Election Defeat to Joseph Boakai

17 Nov 2023  |  zambianobserver.com
Liberia President George Weah conceded election defeat to opposition leader Joseph Boakai, marking a significant democratic transition in the country. Boakai won with 50.9% of the vote, overcoming Weah's 49.1%. Weah's presidency faced criticism for failing to address poverty and infrastructure issues. Boakai's victory is seen as a positive change, with supporters hopeful for improvements. This peaceful transition stands out in a region plagued by military coups and contested elections.

After decades in the wings, Liberia's quiet man Boakai set for presidency

27 Oct 2023  |  www.marketscreener.com
Joseph Boakai, a 78-year-old political veteran, is set to become Liberia's president after narrowly defeating incumbent George Weah in a run-off vote. Boakai's victory is seen as a culmination of his long career, including 12 years as vice president under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Supporters highlight his hard work, humility, and experience as key factors for his win. Boakai faces significant challenges, including rebuilding the country after years of civil war, an Ebola epidemic, and economic struggles. His administration plans to focus on education, health, agriculture, and economic reforms. Despite concerns about his age, Boakai is viewed as a trustworthy leader capable of reducing corruption and improving the lives of Liberians.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

20 Oct 2023  |  The Scone Advocate
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai after polls showed Boakai leading with 50.89% of the vote. Weah congratulated Boakai, highlighting the democratic process. Final election results are expected soon.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

20 Oct 2023  |  www.singletonargus.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah has conceded defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai after polls showed Boakai leading with 50.89% of the vote. Weah congratulated Boakai, highlighting the democratic process. Final election results are expected soon.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

20 Oct 2023  |  Moree Champion
Liberia's President George Weah conceded defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai after polls showed Boakai leading with 50.89% of the vote compared to Weah's 49.11%, with 99.6% of polling stations reporting, according to the country's elections commission.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

06 Oct 2023  |  www.colypointobserver.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah conceded defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai after polls showed Boakai leading with 50.89% of the vote compared to Weah's 49.11%, based on results from 99.6% of polling stations, according to the country's elections commission.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

06 Oct 2023  |  www.wellingtontimes.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah conceded defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai after polls showed Boakai leading with 50.89% of the vote compared to Weah's 49.11%, with 99.6% of polling stations reporting, according to the country's elections commission.

Liberia President George Weah concedes election defeat

06 Oct 2023  |  www.theleader.com.au
Liberia's President George Weah conceded defeat to Opposition Leader Joseph Boakai after polls showed Boakai leading with 50.89% of the vote compared to Weah's 49.11%, with 99.6% of polling stations reporting. Boakai, a former vice president, had previously lost to Weah in the 2017 election.

Why Shark's Ice Cream Wants To Put Nice Cream Out Of Business

01 Apr 2023  |  NPR
The article discusses the tension between local businesses and foreign investors in Liberia, focusing on the ice cream industry. Shark's Ice Cream, owned by local entrepreneur Eyvonne Bright-Harding, faces new competition from Nice Cream, a franchise owned by Lebanese businessman Mohamed Shaiki. The opening of Nice Cream has sparked a debate over the Liberianization policy, which aims to protect certain industries for Liberians. Harding, whose sales dropped after Nice Cream's opening, complained to the government, leading to a temporary shutdown of Nice Cream. However, the decision was reversed by a court, and the shop remains open. The article highlights the challenges of enforcing the Liberianization policy and the broader implications for the Liberian economy and its entrepreneurs.

After Ebola, Surf's Up Again In Liberia

30 Jan 2023  |  NPR
The article discusses the resurgence of surfing in Robertsport, Liberia, following the devastating impact of the Ebola outbreak. The town's annual surfing championship, which had been canceled during the peak of the crisis, has resumed with enthusiasm from both competitors and spectators. The competition is a sign of recovery and normalcy returning to the community. Local surfers, many of whom learned the sport from aid workers and a San Diego photographer who opened a surf lodge, are now competing eagerly. The event is now fully organized by Liberians, marking a significant milestone. The winners of the latest competition, Elijah Brown in the 'junior' category and Benjamin McCrumade in the 'senior' category, are celebrated by their peers, reflecting the close-knit nature of the surfing community. The article highlights the importance of surfing to the locals and the joy it brings to a country still healing from the scars of Ebola.

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As part of the Your Big Year project, I field-produced, shot, and did the interviews about Antelope Park.

A documentary about Ebola orphan, Mercy Kennedy. I was lead producer, shooter, and interviewer.

George Weah Sworn In as Liberia’s President, Completing Historic Transition

22 Jan 2018  |  www.nytimes.com
George Weah, a celebrated former international soccer star, was inaugurated as the president of Liberia in a ceremony held at a stadium with thousands of supporters. This event marked a significant moment for the country as it represented the first peaceful democratic transition of power in Liberia in over 70 years. Additionally, it was the first presidential election to be challenged legally, a hurdle that Weah successfully overcame. In his inaugural address, President Weah committed to fighting corruption and emphasized the importance of Liberian businesses in the national economy.

He Was the Face of Liberia’s Endless War. Now He Wants to Govern.

10 Oct 2017  |  www.nytimes.com
Joseph Duo, a former combatant in Liberia's 14-year civil war, is now running for office, campaigning with promises of food, education, and better healthcare. His transformation from a wartime figure to a political candidate is symbolized in his campaign posters with the word 'Transformation.' Duo was once captured in a famous photograph by Chris Hondros, showing him in the heat of battle. That image has become iconic of the Liberian conflict, which resulted in significant casualties and displacement. Duo's current political efforts represent a stark contrast to his past, as he now seeks to contribute to his country's future through democratic means.

'God comes first, water second': Liberian clinics without taps – in pictures

28 Oct 2016  |  www.theguardian.com
The article highlights the daily struggle of Barteh, who has to fetch water from a well every morning due to the lack of safe drinking water at her location. The situation is particularly challenging during the dry season when the well often runs dry, forcing Barteh to use her limited funds to hire children to assist her. This scarcity of water not only affects her personal needs but also hampers the operation of the local health clinic, which relies on water for its nutrition services and other daily functions. The article underscores the critical issue of water scarcity and its impact on healthcare services in the community.

Ebola Affects Not Only the Dead, But the Children Left Behind

19 Jan 2015  |  abcnews.go.com
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has resulted in approximately 10,000 orphans, with children like 9-year-old Mercy and her 17-year-old brother Harris facing stigmatization and isolation after their mother's death in Monrovia, Liberia. The fear of infection has led to difficult choices between helping these orphans and self-preservation. The Liberian government and UNICEF have established interim care centers for orphans, where adoption is not an option. Despite the challenges, there is hope as Ebola cases decline and schools reopen, giving children like Mercy a chance to return to normalcy.
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