Charlotte Mather-Taylor has worked for Broward Health, a public nonprofit community health system for over 18 years as the VP of Government Relations and Community/Public Affairs. Broward Health provides a full spectrum of services from primary care, to hospital acute care, liver transplantation services, home health and hospice care.
A graduate of the University of Florida, she earned her BA in Political Science, later received her MBA from Nova Southeastern University, and graduated as a 2008 National Association of Public Hospitals Fellow.
Throughout the years she has volunteered her time in many other organizations. She currently serves on the Statewide Low Income Pool Council which is responsible for reviewing and recommending the allocation of one billion dollars to hospitals and health centers throughout Florida, and the Diabetes Board.
Charlotte is passionate about her work and is dedicated to helping others. She has been actively involved in many other organizations and has served on the Boards of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Leadership Broward, Broward Community and Family Health Center, Women in Distress of Broward County, March of Dimes, Children’s Home Society Intracoastal Division, Broward House, Coordinating Council, Girl Scouts, the Broward County Climate Change Task Force and the University of Florida Broward County Board.
She has co-chaired numerous program days for leadership Broward and served as the Junior League State Political Affairs Committee analyst advocating for issues such as foster care and booster seats; as the legislative Chair for the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management; chair of the Cystic Fibrosis “Fort Lauderdale’s Finest Couples” and “Fort Lauderdale’s Finest Singles Events” and the Arthritis Association “A night in the Tropics” and Chair of the Broward Days Health Care Committee for many years. She also served previously as a Co-Chair for the Diabetes Valor Awards and for the Diabetes Walk for two years in a row.
She received an honorary award from the Department of Health as their “unofficial lobbyist” was selected as a woman of distinction by the March of Dimes, and as one of the 100 outstanding women leaders for the City of Fort Lauderdale Centennial Celebration. She was also honored by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Boys and Girls Club, Broward County Fair, received the Diabetes Achievement Award and was nominated as the outstanding non-profit leader in Broward County