Charlotte Hunt is a conference speaker, author, certified empowerment coach, and trainer. She studied Clinical Psychology and Music Education/Vocal Jazz Performance and went on to teach at Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Charlotte has multiple certifications in Coaching, Training, and Christian Counseling with a focus on childhood trauma, sexual abuse, recovery, and grief.
She began her career in the performing arts, working Off Broadway and singing professionally as a background, touring, and studio vocalist and internationally as a runway model. After college, she taught vocal pedagogy and Jazz studies at various colleges and then combined her background in music and speaking to become a national radio personality for the Salem Radio Network. Charlotte became a counselor working with hurting and wounded women and was asked to speak and tour with the then Tennessee Governor’s wife, Andrea Conte, after speaking in Nashville, TN for a televised media event for National Victim’s Rights month.
During the tour, she completed two documentaries, “View From the Shadows 1 and 2”, and was featured on numerous PBS specials and radio interviews. Charlotte was asked to consult for companies who needed help with vision casting for their employees and to speak to organizations, child advocacy centers, women’s organizations, and educators about abuse, childhood trauma, and purpose.
In 2006, Charlotte wrote her first book, “Damaged Goods”, based on her story of being told by a pastor that she would never be used by God or have purpose because of her past and abuse. The book and her story was featured on The 700 Club/CBN, leading over 600 people to call in to ask for salvation and rededication to the Lord. She began working in the area human resources and training until she began coaching and speaking full-time.
Charlotte has two cat kids and is a coach, trainer and speaker with the John Maxwell Team, serves on the board of Shelter Care (for homeless youths), a speaker for the Haven of Rest, and a volunteer with human trafficking, homeless, and recovery organizations, Charlotte leads women’s healing and recovery groups, Celebrate Recovery, and mentors women and new writers.
Charlotte’s passion is to empower people, especially women, to move past their fears and pain to reclaim their identity and lives, and discover their unique purpose.
She has published 8 novels, spoken to audiences across the country and been a featured guest on national TV and radio programs bringing a message of healing from the past, freedom, and living with purpose.
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