Charline is a certified project manager with more than 20 years of experience working in the non-profit and public sectors. She is a champion of change with expertise in developing and managing process improvement initiatives that solve complex business issues. The heart of Charline’s work is around creating transformative environments that are human centered in design, with intentionality around inclusion. She helps to create professional spaces where people can collaborate through a lens of compassion, empathy, and understanding. 

Prior to working with UPD, Charline was the Project Management and Operations Specialist for Enterprise Community Development where she directed and managed the Mackenzie Scott Grant Program. She has held strategic leadership roles as the Deputy Chief of Staff in the Office of Council President of a municipality of over 200 neighborhoods; the Special Assistant to a Mayor of America’s largest independent city; and the Special Assistant to the Governor of the wealthiest state in the Union.

Charline earned her Bachelor’s degree at Towson University and holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from The University of Maryland.