Wilson Charles

Wilson is pursuing an M.S. at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University with a concentration in Global Business and Finance. He went to the University of Washington, Seattle for undergrad, earning a dual degree in Political Science and Philosophy, each with honors. He also obtained a certificate in International Security and minored in human rights. Wilson also participated in an exchange program in Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris in France and earned an additional certificate in International Affairs and Strategy. During his undergrad, Wilson also worked as both the second and first vice chair and the chair of the 21st legislative district of the Democratic Party in the state of Washington. In addition to English, he speaks Haitian-Creole and French. After graduating from college, Wilson went to work for Apple as a product specialist. He also hosted radio shows for five years and did community choir conducting for two and a half years. Wilson enjoys playing the piano. Post-graduation, he hopes to work as a civil servant for the government, specifically the United States Department of State.



Podcast: The Long-Term Impact of Conflict on People with Disabilities in Gulu

06 Aug

Posted By Wilson Charles

Posted Aug 6th, 2020

2 Comments

  • Alexandra Mayer

    August 6, 2020

     

    Wilson, this podcast was so well made and informative! On a light note, I loved the music. On a more serious note, thank you so much for exposing us more to the tribulations of post-conflict in northern Uganda.

  • Intern1

    August 14, 2020

     

    This is a great discussion! Both participants are confident, articulate and very much in command of the issues. The fact that none of us can meet in person adds to the pleasure of hearing your two voices! Patrick gives a wonderful summary of GDPU’s work and projects and puts our efforts to help into a very welcome perspective. Wilson draws on some serious professional expertise with podcasting! Thanks to you both for a good show!!

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