Charlaine Carter - Registrar
Ms. Charlaine Carter was born in Panama to a Panamanian momma and West Indian daddy. Living in a household with Panamanian and West Caribbean culture and influence is what spurred her interest in Sociology, Africana Studies and Child Development. She approaches all her interactions with scholars mindful of being sensitive and in admiration to their cultural heritage and norms. Most of her professional life has been focused on education and educational advocacy. She was the first president and co-founder of an educational corporation called “Pathways 2 College”, whose membership was composed of principals, educators, college professors, parents, students and community members. She has been the state representative for PTSA, GATE, and special appointments from the various boards she has been a member of.
Charlaine truly believes that all children have untapped potential and that it is a privilege to be in the presence of students. She truly loves that moment when a student goes from not knowing to knowing. It is always magical and should be celebrated.
She is so thrilled to be a member of e3 and serve as its Academic Advisor, BSU and Girls Who Code advisors, and Registrar. She is a proud alumni of SDSU and her beloved Sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, INC.