Originally from Columbus, GA, Charlotte planted her Brevard roots early as a camper at Rockbrook Camp at the ripe age of 9. She fell in love with the area and barely left — just long enough to get her degree in Special Education from Converse College. Following Converse, Charlotte returned to Brevard and served as a director at Rockbrook for over 15 years. Alongside working at Rockbrook, Charlotte was closely involved with local initiatives and organizations — serving as the President of the Board of the Cindy Platt Boys and Girls Club, as well as co-founding S.M.A.R.T. Girls, an after-school empowerment program for elementary and middle school girls. She is also a certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor and volunteered her time at Free Rein, a local riding center.
Charlotte then migrated south to New Orleans, where she directed all camp and family programming for the Audubon Nature Institute. Charlotte again immersed herself in community programs, volunteering as a coach for Girls on the Run, and sitting on the board of Live Oak, a local summer leadership camp for high school students. While the poboys were delicious and the living was easy, New Orleans couldn’t keep Charlotte for long, and she found her way back to her beloved Brevard 4 years later, where she began her career in real estate.
When she’s not working with clients, Charlotte can usually be spotted eating ribs at Magpie, walking the neighborhood with her wife, Catherine, and taking her dogs on hikes in Pisgah National Forest.