Carrie Maxwell Wrigley, LCSW, is a counselor, songwriter, and mother of five. She writes songs reflecting her experience in the healing process, as well as those she has had in personal, family, and religious settings. She has been writing music for over 30 years, and is delighted now to share the work of these many years with a broader audience.
Carrie is also a popular speaker and teacher, who teaches through multi-media presentation, using music, pictures, and stories to teach, as well as drawing on her experience and research as a professional counselor. Music plays a powerful role in her teaching, and her songs are designed not just to entertain, but to inspire, heal, comfort, and provide hope to others.
Angelina Wrigley (DeMille) has been singing ever since she was little. Being raised in a very musical family, Annie learned to sing and play a variety of musical instruments. She would often sing with her family in a variety of choirs and musical productions, often as a soloist. In high school, Annie participated in the top band on the flute, and helped direct children’s choirs and stage productions.
Annie graduated from Brigham Young University in Mathematics Education and currently is a teacher at a local high school in Utah where she lives with her husband.
Annie has a strong passion for sharing her voice and her message of love, faith, and optimism for the future.