Charlotte works as a Project Coordinator at the Othering & Belonging Institute, where she supports the Summer Fellowship program.
Prior to joining OBI, Charlotte worked at the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law. She worked with students, lawyers and advocates from around the world to produce webinars, conferences, and research projects about gender harassment, systemic racism, and climate change, amongst other global equality issues. Charlotte also served as a co-lead of Sunrise Bay Area's Political Team, where she collaborated on Sunrise's youth-focused electoral fellowship program. Charlotte has completed a policy fellowship with Project Super Bloom, focusing on labor and poverty policy in California.
Charlotte holds degrees in Politics and Feminist Studies from UC Santa Cruz, where she worked as a Residential Assistant, Peer Coach, and the Feminist Studies Undergraduate Representative. She also served as a Teaching-Research Assistant for a class studying the relationships between indigenous groups, colonization, and climate change, furthering her endeavor to understand how climate change links to white supremacy, capitalism, and other harmful ideologies and structures.
Charlotte grew up in Berkeley, and now lives in Oakland where she can be found walking around Lake Merritt most days, cooking with her housemates, reading science fiction and essay collections, and performing improv with her troupe at All Out Comedy.