Charlotte joined the University of Oregon in February 2018 to help advance the mission of the Division of Equity and Inclusion. Prior to joining UO Charlotte worked in higher education for more than 15 years serving in roles including Director of International Degree and Education Abroad, Director of International Research and Development, and Director of Women in International Development. She has an enduring interest in women’s’ leadership and in actively building a climate where people feel welcome and want to stay.
Her current role involves leading UO’s Center on Diversity and Community (CoDaC) via a suite of programs and initiatives aimed at embedding diversity, equity and inclusion into many corners of the university. She is committed to strategic and systemic change that will bring more equity and inclusion to recruitment and retention in higher education.
Charlotte earned her PhD in Leadership and Organizational Change from Antioch University and a Master’s degree in International Water Resource Management from the Institute for Environmental Studies at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Charlotte is a Certified Professional Coach having received her coach training with Erickson Coaching International. She is currently working towards her credential as a mental fitness coach using the Positive Intelligence framework founded by Shirzad Chamine. As an internal coach at the UO she enjoys helping clients create new awareness, find perspective and activate their unique resourcefulness in support of their life’s work and their lives more broadly.