Charlotte began taking notes when a parent was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. She was urged to share her writings with a larger audience and published her first book. As a teacher of gifted students, she noticed a similar structure of support was in play. Both groups did not have a voice…

For populations without voice or power

their well-being depends on a three-legged stool of family, professionals, and advocates.  A family member, a teacher, and then an advocate, Charlotte found her niche working as a bridge of support between the three legs of the stool. She continues to write and advocate for both groups.

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She advocated with state lawmakers:

“Charlotte is my most trusted advisor in the gifted child arena in education…”

Washington State Senator Ann Rivers

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