About

Charlotte

Charlotte is a senior at Stanford studying Political Science with a minor in Psychology. She is passionate about political polarization, public opinion, and all things related to human decision-making. She is particularly excited by the intersection of social psychological research and public policy. She tackles tough questions about not only why people think the way they do, but also how we can better empathize with one another. Outside of academics, Charlotte is also an accomplished dancer and choreographer. During high school, she trained pre-professionally with the Atlanta Ballet and worked alongside world-renowned directors at the nation’s top ballet schools. At Stanford, Charlotte was selected as one of five ‘Stanford Dollies’ to represent the school with the Stanford Band at varsity sports games and student events. She is also a dedicated member of two student-run dance groups on campus. Charlotte is a people person who adores working with children. In Atlanta, she managed the front desk of Oodazu, an indoor children’s playground, before helping develop Oodazu Balloons, a balloon delivery business, during the pandemic. Her special talents include constructing elaborate balloon garlands, choreographing on the spot to almost any song, and making people laugh. As a Curious Cardinals Mentor, Charlotte hopes to empower her students to find their unique voices and blossom into better thinkers, communicators, and well-rounded people!

Three words to describe me...

Proactive
Observant
Witty

I prefer to teach in a

hands-on

or

,

presenter

,

, or

student-led

, or

style.

How I spend my free time

dance
community service
writing
music