Winner of two Daytime Emmy Awards, an Annie Award and Writers Guild Award, as well as seven additional Daytime Emmy nominations, Carin Greenberg (fka Carin Greenberg Baker) is a creator, writer, story editor and producer of children’s entertainment. Currently, she is developing new animated series for Amazon and several other children's networks. Most recently, she was Co-Executive Producer and Story Editor for seasons two and three of Tumble Leaf for Amazon. Recent credits include: Co-Creator/writer of Destination Solar System, an immersive, live space adventure currently playing at Chicago’s Adler Planetarium, Denver Museum of Nature and Science and, soon, Columbus, Ohio’s Center for Science and Industry.
Previous credits include Head Writer of Nick Jr's animated series Lalaloopsy; Writer of HBO Family special, The Weight of the Nation for Kids: Quiz Ed!, which received a 2013 Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Children’s Television Program; Story Editor/Writer for Disney Jr’s Octonauts; Co-Creator and Executive Producer of Growing Up Creepie; Supervising Producer of ToddWorld, which she also developed for television; Executive Story Editor for Dragon Tales, HBO’s Harold and the Purple Crayon and A Little Curious, 101 Dalmatians: the series, Allegra’s Window and Gullah Gullah Island, and Ghostwriter. Greenberg has also written episodes for numerous series on PBS, Disney Jr, Nick Jr, and HBO Family. Prior to her work in television, Greenberg authored 26 books for children, including her seven-book Karate Club series for Penguin USA. Carin is a graduate of Yale University.