We are dedicated to understanding how racism works so we can eradicate it.
CHARLOTTE MOORE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Charlotte is a storyteller with over 20 years of experience as a print and television news journalist, multimedia producer, filmmaker, and writer.
Her debut documentary, “Black Bodies,” screened at three film festivals in Austin, TX, San Marcos, TX, and San Diego, CA. Her feature articles have appeared in the Austin American-Statesman, Austin Monthly, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, CultureMap Austin, and a host of other publications.
Charlotte has produced a portrait book called “Benevolence In Black” which celebrates the beauty and benevolent good works of black people who live in the Austin area.
For Charlotte, helping people share their stories is not a job, it’s a calling.
CAROLINE E. ALEXANDER, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Caroline is an experienced entrepreneur and USAF veteran with over 25 years of entrepreneurial experience in the health and wellness services industry.
As the CEO of Success In The City, she is a passionate change agent focused on driving innovative business strategies and process improvements for women-owned businesses to access technology and capital so they can achieve their business goals.
Caroline is passionately dedicated to ending racial inequality with her position as Associate Director and involvement with the Black Bodies Project.