Before joining the Dartmouth administration in 2011, Charlotte was vice president and dean of the college at Colgate University and assistant dean for student affairs at the University of Michigan.
LEADING THE WAY
Before her career in academic leadership, Johnson spent eight years at Garan, Lucow, and Miller in Detroit, where she was the first African American woman to be made a partner of the firm. A recipient of the Presidential Award for Outstanding Service from the National Bar Association, Johnson has presented widely at national conferences on the importance of access and inclusion in higher education.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
"Her deep commitment to educating moral and visionary leaders for a diverse, global, and constantly changing world in the 21st century will benefit Dartmouth." –Rebecca Chopp, president of Swarthmore College.
Last Updated: 5/5/13