Heather Charboneau '07

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Heather Nichelle Charboneau '07 majored in Psychology. As a student she participated in Feelings you Dare to Tell your Friends (FDTF), Phone-a-thon and Senior gift committee on campus and volunteered with Richmond State Hospital and the Healing Place within the Richmond Community.

Previously, Heather worked as a non-profit fundraiser for Earlham College and a non-profit fundraiser and event planner at Eastern Virginia Medical School. She then moved to Philadelphia, where she finished a Master's of Social Work and a Master's of Education in Human Sexuality.  Post graduate studies, Heather ran a non-profit program helping clinically assess people facing homelessness and housing insecurity.  She also worked part time as a couple's and sexuality therapist.  Heather has a certificate in Non-Profit Leadership and currently lives in Missouri, where she works at University of Missouri Health System in the Center for Education.   She works with clinical professionals teaching them how to use electronic medical records and other electronic tools.   

Heather joined the Council in fall of 2011 and is a member of the Campus Affairs Committee. Heather's favorite memories of Earlham include the swing attached to the big tree on the center of campus, the womyn's center and living in Earlham Hall.

 

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