Charlé LaMonica is the director of World View. With a background in Chinese history, LaMonica’s international career began in the 1980s when she led some of the first American medical and legal delegations to the People’s Republic of China. In the United States she taught English, history, language arts and social studies in middle and high schools for more than 15 years and also taught world history at the community college and university level. Before joining World View, Charlé served as Director of International Studies at Charlotte Country Day School where she designed and coordinated faculty and student exchanges throughout the world. Her involvement in international business and education has allowed her to collaborate with those working in Asia, Europe, Latin America, the former Soviet Union and parts of Africa. Charlé holds a Master’s degree from UNC Charlotte and a Bachelor’s degree from Boston College.
Phone: (919) 843-9408
Neil is World View’s Associate Director. He directs community college programs, initiatives, and support. Neil has a B.A. in English from UNC at Chapel Hill and holds a Ph.D. in Chinese Language and Literature from Indiana University. He taught Chinese literature at universities the US, English language and literature at a university and community college in Taiwan, and was president of a consulting firm for international business He lived in Taiwan and China for five years as a student, teacher, and Fulbright scholar. As an international business consultant he traveled regularly to Asia, South America, and Europe.
Phone: (919) 843-5332
Assistant Director of Outreach
World View’s Assistant Director for Outreach, Julie, develops professional development programs throughout the state and coordinates outreach and communication activities. Julie received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and holds a Masters of Public Health degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. She was a Peace Corps volunteer in Albania for two years where she taught English as a foreign language in a secondary school and coordinated community development projects.
Phone: (919) 962-6785
Assistant Director for Curriculum
Katharine is World View’s Assistant Director of Curriculum. She primarily works with schools and colleges to develop and enhance global curricula. Katharine holds a B.A. in anthropology and American musical culture from Georgetown University and an M.A. in education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Katharine worked previously at Sidwell Friends School in Washington DC, where she was middle school teacher and varsity softball coach.
Phone: (919) 843-7793
As World View’s program coordinator, Alexandria Faulkenbury provides support to World View’s faculty and programs. In addition to general support, she develops and delivers onsite professional development sessions around the state and coordinates World View’s social media presence. Faulkenbury also manages the World View Global WebFriends program and the Foreign Currency Kits program. She holds a B.S. in intercultural studies and is currently pursuing an M.A. in multicultural and transnational literature from East Carolina University. She has traveled, studied, and worked abroad in Central America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
Phone: (919) 843-8210
Assistant Program Manager
As World View’s Assistant Program Manager, Justin provides administrative support to the Director and acts as primary liaison for World View inquiries. He also helps manage World View’s website and communications, processes participant registrations, designs promotional material, prepares program materials, and contributes to news and updates. Before moving to North Carolina, Justin spent three years working with an initiative focused on university education in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He holds a B.A. in individualized studies from the University of Minnesota, and Masters in Divinity with a certificate in international development from Duke University.
Phone: (919) 962-9264
As Program Manager, Daniel provides financial, logistical, and HR support and acts as primary liaison for business activities at World View. Before coming to World View, Daniel spent three years as Program Coordinator for the Council on Aging of Henderson County. He holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a second major in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.