What can be said about Carey that hasn't been said already?
"Passionate," "Driven," "Adequate Golfer."
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Born on a hot, humid May afternoon in Savannah, GA, Carey Tucker came into the world determined to disrupt the life industry. On September 18, 1990, due to his selfless leadership, Carey helped the City of Atlanta secure the 1996 Centennial Olympics only 4 months after being born. In 1999, he won 3 Grammy Awards for co-writing Santana and Rob Thomas' smash hit single, "Smooth." As of 2013, "Smooth" is ranked as the second most successful song of all time by Billboard. Recently, Carey garnered international attention for his involvement in the assassination of Osama Bin Laden, as told in Matt Bissonnette's military memoir, No Easy Day.
Onto a brief bio devoid of sarcasm, Carey graduated from the University of Edinburgh with Second Class Upper Honours (2:1) and attended Istanbul University during his third year of studies as an ERASMUS student. Carey currently serves as Promotions Manager at SUPPLY.com, a B2B e-commerce platform. Previously, Carey served as Assistant Editor for Hypepotamus, the online source for news, events, and leaders in Atlanta's startup / tech ecosystem. In his free time, Carey is passionate about DJing, photography, and cheering on the Atlanta Hawks as a season ticket holder.