CHARLOTTE DRISCOLL '21
Charlotte is from Denver, Colorado. She is on track to graduate with a double-major in Economics and Quantitative Social Science, with a focus on the pathways through which economic growth impacts public health. Within this field, she is interested in researching which kinds of programs effectively and efficiently allocate resources to bring about positive sustainable development.
Charlotte took a gap year after graduating from high school, working as a waitress in Denver and then participating in an immersive homestay and language program in small villages in Indonesia.
As a member of the Dartmouth Partners in Community Service Social Impact Internship summer cohort, Charlotte spent the summer after her freshman year interning at Larkin Street Youth Services, a non-profit that provides a continuum of services to young people experiencing homelessness in San Francisco, California. During the Spring term of 2019, Charlotte studied abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina on the Spanish Foreign Study Program as part of her minor in Hispanic Studies. At Dartmouth, Charlotte is the Treasurer of the Ski Patrol and was the summer 2019 Director of Assessment for the Movement Against Violence.