You only get what you give -The New Radicals Before arriving at Carroll College, Charlotte conducted seminars for the Texas Employment Commission and worked as a training and development consultant for HealthCare International; she also taught at the University of Montana-Missoula, SanDiego State University, Enterprise State College, and the University of Texas-Austin. In addition to teaching communication courses here at Carroll, she also team teaches two interdisciplinary courses in gender studies and health/wellness issues. In the Communication Department, she serves as the Faculty Advisor for Lambda Pi Eta, the honor society for communication students. Charlotte has published numerous journal articles and book chapters concerning research on language and social interaction; she received a Carroll award for outstanding research. She is active in regional and national communication associations. In her free time she enjoys running, traveling, jewelry-making, and reading.Research Interests: Physician-patient interaction, therapist-client interaction, the communication of social support, everyday interaction.