Charlotte Boles, a native of Prattville, AL, graduated summa cum laude with high distinguished honors from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a Bachelor of Science in public health. While at UAB, Charlotte served as President of the Honors College Leadership Council, an Honors College Ambassador, and an AmeriCorps VISTA in the Office of Service Learning and Undergraduate Research. She has also served in the Office of Congresswoman Terri Sewell and with multiple international NGOs focused on public health needs throughout the Caribbean. After her time at Impact, Charlotte plans to attend law school.

What do you like to do for fun?

I love spending time outside in Birmingham, especially at city parks like Railroad and Avondale. Taking advantage of the available green space is a great way to spend a Saturday!

Name and describe a memorable place you’ve been.

Spring break of my senior year in college was spent in Havana, Cuba learning about the recent socioeconomic and political changes occurring in the country, and it was a wonderful experience! We were able to meet with local advocacy groups, government organizations, and sampled plenty of Cuban cuisine while traveling around the city.