Passionate about social justice and amplifying the voices of underserved and marginalized people, Charity’s work experience has focused on causes including disability accessibility and inclusion, racial equity, and now domestic violence. Prior to joining FVAP, Charity worked as a Projects Coordinator at the World Institute on Disability (WID) coordinating and conducting usability sessions to determine and report on the level of disability accessibility of various products and services and traveled across the U.S. to economic inclusion, community development, and civil rights conferences to increase accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities in those spaces. As part of her work at WID, Charity also focused heavily on external communications and coordinated annual fundraising events. Before WID, Charity worked as Co-lead of the Event Planning & Marketing team and Lead Blogger at the Culture C.O-O.P., an organization that works to promote respect for and understanding of diversity and equity. Charity holds a B.A. from the University of California, Davis in English Literature and Psychology.