|As director, Charlé works with World View’s Partners on and off campus, forges strategic alliances and collaborations, and represents World View in the state and on the national stage.
Charlé holds a Master’s Degree from UNC Charlotte and a Bachelor’s Degree from Boston College. She comes to World View with two decades of experience in secondary and higher education, as a school teacher, community college instructor, and in her last position as Director of International Studies at Charlotte Country Day School. Her involvement in international business and education has allowed her to collaborate with individuals in China, the former Soviet Union, and Kenya. Charlé is a semi-professional singer and an avid traveler.
|Neil is World View’s Associate Director. He has primary responsibility for strengthening support to community colleges. 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 has taught English language and literature in Taiwan, Chinese literature in the US, and ran 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.|
|As World View’s program associate, Alex provides administrative support to the faculty and to programs. She provides onsite professional development and manages the World View Global WebFriends program. She also oversees the lending of World View’s Foreign Currency Kits. Faulkenbury 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.|
Julie Marantette Kinnaird
Assistant Director for Outreach
|World View’s Assistant Director for Outreach, Julie, connects and develops World View partnerships throughout the state on an ongoing basis. 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.|
Assistant Prog. 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, processes participant registration, prepares program materials, and contributes to Global Updates. Before moving to North Carolina, Justin spent three years working with an initiative focused on higher education in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He holds a B.A. in individualized studies from the University of Minnesota, and a Masters in Divinity with a certificate in international development from Duke University.|
Assistant Director for Curriculum
|Katharine is World View’s Assistant Director for 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 a middle school teacher and varsity softball coach.|
|As World View’s Program Manager, Juliet is responsible for the support operation of the program. She serves as business manager, human resources facilitator, and office manager. She oversees the logistics for World View’s programs is responsible for World View’s annual fundraising campaign. Juliet holds a B.A. in Spanish from Middle Tennessee State University. She has traveled as a volunteer to Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia and spent one year as a volunteer English teacher at Ruaha Secondary School in Iringa, Tanzania. Her travels have also taken her to Russia and Israel. She comes to us most recently as an administrative assistant from the Department of Cancer Biology at Vanderbilt University.|