Charlotte Lapp

Director of Partnerships

Phone: 202.403.2004

As the Director of Partnerships for Demand Abolition, Charlotte Lapp supports the implementation of federal policy strategies to hold sex buyers accountable while managing external partnerships with other organizations in the anti-trafficking community. Previously, Charlotte was the Anti-Trafficking Program Coordinator for the McCain Institute for International Leadership. She focused on raising awareness of human trafficking nationally and convening various stakeholders across the anti-trafficking community to discover new points of synergy.

Prior to joining the McCain Institute, Charlotte led the anti-human trafficking chapter of Free the Slaves at Loyola University New Orleans, inspiring her senior thesis, “Pathways to Enslavement.” Charlotte holds a Bachelor’s Degree in sociology, with a concentration in social justice and inequalities, and a minor in visual arts. Originally from Chicago, she now resides in Washington, DC., where she volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in the area.