Charlotte began her nursing career as a Licensed Practical Nurse working in extended care. Upon realizing her aptitude for nursing, she pursued her Associate’s Degree and later enrolled at the University of Washington where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
After obtaining her bachelor’s degree, Charlotte began working in the home health setting. She loved being able to see patients in their home environment and gaining a better understanding of what was important to them. She also works in nursing education, serving as an instructor for nursing assistants and registered nursing students. From here, she went on to receive her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Gonzaga University.
Charlotte has a sincere passion for social justice. She genuinely values building a rapport with patients and understands the necessity of working in tandem with them and their families to help achieve their health goals. A key aspect of this is educating patients so they have the knowledge and confidence to make informed decisions about their care. It is through her combination of clinical expertise, education, and passion for learning that she helps enhance the lives her patients and their families.
Charlotte loves living in the Pacific Northwest and tries to take advantage of all it has to offer. She enjoys the outdoors in all seasons, working on projects around the house, video games, and spending time with her cats and dog.