Charlotte Bingaman recently graduated from Harvard with a Master of Education in Human Development and Psychology specializing in child advocacy. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and a Master of Architecture and enjoys human centered design. She recently completed an internship with the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative to better understand the impact of trauma on children's learning as well as the system changes needed to create trauma sensitive schools. As a former family advocate for Naval Special Warfare command families, she is interested in risk and resilience of children / adolescents and their families as well intervention and prevention programs, PTSD and secondary PTSD of family members, anxiety, depression, suicide, and overall child / adolescent / caregiver wellbeing. She plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology and is currently a Senior Research Assistant for the Center of Digital Health as well as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard for the child advocacy cohort.