"Finding Hope When Your World Makes No Sense" by CHARLOTTE HUNT, National Speaker, Author, Christian Counselor, and Advocate
In the midst of a Pandemic, job loss, financial issues, death, and struggles it is easy to worry, fear, and lose hope. This presentation explores four major questions we have during this confusing time:
- Why do I have to suffer and struggle so much?
- How do I handle my fears?
- How do I hope when my world is falling apart?
- What steps can I take to move toward hope and remain positive?
National Speaker, Author, Christian Counselor, and Advocate
She has worked with clients for over 25 years, and Charlotte's passion is to help people see their true reflection of purpose and hope through their stories in the midst of healing past hurts.
Charlottes purpose was birthed from her own journey for identity as a recording artist, Off-Broadway actor, international runway model, and national radio personality after years of childhood abuse, addiction, and homelessness.
Charlotte studied Music Education, Vocal Jazz Studies, and Clinical Psychology at the University of Akron and went on to teach vocal improvisation and pedagogy at the prestigious Oberlin Conservatory of Music and toured and recorded nationally as a Jazz musician and commercial voice artist.
After the release of her award-winning first book, Damaged Goods, which revealed her powerful life story told to a suicide survivor, Charlotte focused her work on writing, speaking, and coaching to encourage others to know purpose through their pain.
She has presented, coached. and mentored celebrities, political figures, educators, psychologists, district attorneys offices, churches, communities, survivors of abuse, reformed prison inmates, and everyone in between-encouraging them to hope further than what their pain believes.
Charlotte has appeared on numerous radio and television programs and specials and speaks nationally. She currently travels between Nashville and Ohio and is working on her tenth novel called, The Shelter due the spring of 2021.