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Charlotte Marie Ponticelli (Charlie Ponticelli)

Charlotte Marie Ponticelli, former federal agency administrator. Recipient Outstanding Young Alumna award, Hood College, 1984, Veritas Award, Albertus Magnus College, 1996, Afghan-American Sisterhood award, Ariana Outreach, 2006.

Background

Ponticelli, Charlotte Marie was born in 1951.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, Hood College, Frederick, Maryland, 1973. Master of Arts in Spanish Literature, New York University, Madrid, Spain.

Career

Director congressional correspondent Office Legislation Affairs The White House. Congressional liaison officer Latin America/Caribbean United States Agency for International Development (United States Agency for International Development). Commissioner assistant United States Commission on Civil Rights.

Director lectures & seminars The Heritage Foundation, Washington, 2001—2002. Director human rights/women's affairs, Bureau International Organization Affairs United States Department State, deputy senior coordinator international women's issues, 2002—2003, senior coordinator international women's issues, 2003—2006, senior advisory to assistant secretary population, refugees & migration, 2006—2007. Deputy under secretary for international affairs United States Department Labor, Washington, 2007—2009.

Connections

Married Anthony M. Ponticelli.