Charles works with our Family Economic Security Program, using data analysis, statistics, and research to support our efforts to improve the economic security of all low-income Coloradans. Charles has a background in urban planning, and is particularly interested in issues related to expanding access to housing and confronting spatial and racial inequities that are the legacy of past public policy choices.
Charles earned his Master in Urban Planning from Harvard University in 2014 and a bachelor’s degree from George Washington University in 2011. Prior to joining the Colorado Center on Law and Policy, he worked as an associate at Clarion Associates, a land use and urban planning consulting firm in Denver.
He is excited to work with the passionate and talented staff at CCLP and looks forward to the opportunity to advocate for policies that support the economic security of all Coloradans.