Charlotte is program director of drinking water, energy and legislative affairs.
She oversees MEC’s energy and drinking water policy. By building relationships with decision-makers and using her expertise in legislative advocacy, she works to mitigate climate change and ensure clean, affordable drinking water for Michiganders.
The Ann Arbor resident joined MEC in December 2017 after directing government affairs for the Michigan League of Conservation Voters, researching with Obama for America, PAC and coordinating public affairs for Planned Parenthood.
Charlotte brings with her a bachelor’s degree in political science from University of Chicago and a master’s degree in environmental policy and planning from University of Michigan. She is an appointee of the Michigan Council on Climate Solutions, the Citizens Utility Board of Michigan, Michigan Energy Michigan Jobs and the Statewide Drinking Water Advisory Council.
The Durham, North Carolina native has adjusted to the Wolverine State well. With her boyfriend, Trent, and two puppies, Belle and Apollo, she has found a liking for Michigan craft beer, Cherry Republic, the amenities of Pinckney Recreation Area, and the beauty of Marquette and its surrounding landscape.
When at home, she enjoys working out and watching house renovation TV shows.