Born in St. Martin, but raised in Miami, Florida, Charlotte has always felt a strong connection to the South Florida community. After graduating high school, Charlotte attended the University of Florida where she received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Criminology, with minors in Communication Studies and Business Administration. At the University of Florida, she dedicated significant time to Dance Marathon, a philanthropic organization. Her passion for the Miracle Network community was solidified after she completed the 26.2-hour dance marathon her freshman year with a torn Achilles tendon. After graduating from the University of Florida, Charlotte ventured out-of-state to attend Wake Forest University School of Law.
At Wake Law, she joined the Latinx Law Student Association, Women in Law organization and Journal of Law & Policy. During her second summer of law school, Charlotte interned as a Law Clerk with Mase Seitz Briggs and assisted on sex assault, slip-and-fall and other personal injury cases. She spent her last year of law school expanding her education in the torts realm by taking products liability and a toxic torts class.
In her free time, Charlotte enjoys being walked by her two large dogs, boating, and travelling. Charlotte is also fluent in Italian and Spanish.
University of Florida
B.A., Criminology and Political Science, cum laude
Wake Forest University, School of Law
Journal of Law & Policy, Articles Editor