Charlotte Beever serves as the Operations Coordinator at the Center for Global Health. In this position, she facilitates communication and operational activities for CGH’s Regional Centers of Engagement.
Previously, Charlotte graduated from Dartmouth College in 2017 with degrees in Psychology and Global Health. As an undergrad, she completed research with the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice that focused on patient/provider communication and inequitable access to quality medical care. Since graduating she has continued to support initiatives that improve public health outcomes and awareness.
She has helped support public health and education programs for an NGO in Valparaiso, Chile, has created an education and integration program for migrants and refugees in the New Orleans area, and has supported community health and well-being programs for women and refugees in Germany through a US Department of State fellowship for young professionals. Most recently, Charlotte worked for Duke University School of Medicine supporting researchers and coordinating interdisciplinary public health studies and initiatives aimed at improving the health and quality of life of chronically ill youth.
Outside of work, Charlotte loves reading, hiking, cooking, and long conversations with friends. She is excited to be working for the Center for Global Health and collaborating with our wonderful global partners!