Charlie currently serves as the Relationship Manager for Allies in Service, working as a liaison to the Park City Club who refers businesses and veterans to our program. In addition, she manages the Warrior Mentorship Program. Charlie is a military spouse whose husband is a Hurst police Detective and a Chief Warrant Officer in the U.S Army Reserve – Protective Services Battalion (CID) Special Agent where he has served for 24 years. Charlie is a passionate veteran advocate who understands the hardships of military transitions; her family has been through transitions from unemployment, deployments, and active duty to reserve.
Charlie volunteered with Allies in Service prior to her employment, contributing 580 hours representing the organization at job fairs, working with the furniture program, and directing the Christmas Gift Program. As further evidence of Charlie’s commitment to veterans, she served as the Treasurer of the Family Readiness Group 425th Military Police Detachment (CID) and received a Certificate of Appreciation from the 393rd Military Police Battalion (CID). Charlie has received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for three consecutive years and continues to volunteer with other organizations to provide food for the homeless.
Charlie worked for the Dallas jewelry designer, Rebecca Collins, for 19 years in Retail Management, Account Management, and Outside Sales.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in General Studies with a Sociology Minor from Columbia College, and a Master’s Degree in Human Services Counseling from Liberty University.