Charletta is Healthcare Executive with 18 years of progressive leadership in managing and directing operational, clinical, and financial aspects of healthcare services. She is a hands-on and respected leader with a record of accomplishment in service-line growth, strategy execution, physician recruitment, and operational improvement.  Charletta served a Vice President and Chief Operating Officer in the District of Columbia market.

Her broad knowledge and experience in acute care, ambulatory services, and physician office practice operations has allowed her to successfully obtain a Certificate of Need to execute a $20 million project to redesign an Emergency Department and expansion of an ambulatory center, direct over $20 million in capital improvement projects, and secure $75 million in capital funding from government agencies.  Charletta has also developed and implemented ambulatory and grant awards for various organizations securing $3million in funds.

Charletta serves as an adjunct professor at the University of the District of Columbia in the Workforce Development Program.  She is a Board member of the Tri-State ACO Group which focuses on developing a clinically integrated network within the District of Columbia.  She also serves on the Board of American Center for Investigative Cardiology, and the District of Columbia MCAC Health System Re-Design Subcommittee.

Outside of the office, Charletta volunteers with the Take Charge Juvenile Sports Program, an organization that focuses on the importance of sports and academics as pillars of success for children in Prince George’s County Maryland.  She has consulted on a project in the West Indies that focuses on merging technology and healthcare on the islands. Charletta is the mother of 14-year-old twins, a graduate of Howard University in Washington, DC and possesses a Master’s in Healthcare Administration.  She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the National Association of Health Services Executives, and the Medical Group Management Association.