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Charlotte Zelle

Charlotte Zelle

Assistant Director,
Violence Prevention and Response
(she/her)

Charlotte Zelle


Areas of Specialization & Professional Interests
Charlotte is the Assistant Director for the Violence Prevention and Response Office and co-advisor of the student educator group, PLEASURE. She brings a trauma-informed, anti-oppression lens to this work and understands supportive community as central to student wellbeing and social change. She works with individuals of all backgrounds and identities and specializes in navigating the intersection of faith and gender-based violence: the ways religion and spirituality have been used to cause harm as well as their tremendous capacity to drive social change and individual healing.

Education
Harvard Divinity School, M.Div., 2021.
Middlebury College, B.A. in Psychology & Sociology, 2014.

Personal
Charlotte enjoys cooking with friends, doing anything outside, reading fiction, and YouTube & Wikipedia rabbit holes.

czelle@mit.edu