In 1998 Charlotte Louise founded The Cancer Survival Resource Center as an educational 501 (c) 3 organization; allowing donors an IRS tax deduction.
The Cancer Survival Resource Center has offered programs in the New York and New Jersey area at SHARE, Gilda's Club, CancerCare, Healing Works, The Riverside Church, The National Arts Club, All Children's House In Harlem, The Learning Alliance, The Open Center, The Caring Community and The Creative Center.
Charlotte Louise has earned certificates in Drama Therapy and Hypnotherapy. She holds a master certificate in Neuro-linguistic Programming. As an advocate for innovative cancer care she has appeared often on TV and radio, including WNBC-TV News, The McCreary Report, Geraldo, The Barry Farber Show, The Gary Null Show, The Jackie Mason Show, and Good Day New York.
In 1993 Charlotte testified at a congressional hearing which centered on new directions in cancer treatment.
Charlotte's work and philosophy have been set forth in the book WOMEN CONFRONT CANCER: Making Medical History by Choosing Alternative and Complementary Therapies, Wooddell and Hess, NYU Press, 1998.
She is also featured in the Holistic Nurses training video THE HEART OF HEALING.
Charlotte Louise has enjoyed a varied theatrical career.
As a top fashion model her photographs have graced Vogue Magazine, British and French Vogue; Harper's Bazaar, and L'Official;
As a film and TV actress she was cast in "Taxi Driver," "Serpico," "The Trials of O'Brian," "The Virgin President," and many others;
On stage she performed in "Romeo and Juliet," "The King of Hearts," "Pictures in the Hallway," and "Petticoat Fever;"
She has appeared in more than 20 commercials in the US, Mexico and Argentina;
Early in her career, Charlotte performed in the Folies Bergere (NY), The Latin Quarter (NY), and Vive Les Girls (The Dunes, Las Vegas).