Charlotte Supple is the Founder of Hale Consulting Services, LLC where she supports small businesses and start ups by providing support and resources to help organizations reach their goals. Charlotte spent nearly 20 years as a leader in small businesses and start ups developing a broad generalist background, which equips her to help owners operate many areas of their business including financial management, leadership development, strategic planning, HR, DEIB training and more! She believes in maintaining a positive mindset, providing excellent communication, and always striving for significant outcomes. When you work with her, you can expect collaboration with transparency and consistency.
Prior to launching her own business, Charlotte worked in veterinary medicine for fourteen years of her career, helping pets and their people have access to the most advanced care in their time of need. For the majority of her veterinary career, she played a key role in growing a network of hospitals from its infancy through acquisition, with opportunities to lead efforts in strategic planning, fiscal management, facilities and IT, leadership and development, event planning, relationship building, change management, marketing strategy, and diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy. She also worked in "human" healthcare organizations centered on understanding and serving vulnerable groups through organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Centro Médico Susan Hou/Daniels Hamant Foundation - an international medical clinic and foundation serving a rural community in lowland Bolivia, and Neighborhood Diabetes - a diabetes supply company with a focus on patient education and support.
With roots in anthropology, experiences serving vulnerable populations, and a desire to improve her workplace, Charlotte is deeply committed to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) work. She champions this work through her consulting business and through her volunteer roles as well. She has been a member of PD since 2018, serving on the Racial Equity Committee and on the Board. She serves as the Treasurer and Executive Board Member of Bay Bridge Wisconsin, a community organization in Whitefish Bay working to raise awareness about cultural and racial bias and to influence policy within the village, school district, and law enforcement structures. She is also a proud Girl Scout troop leader for her daughter's troop where she has the wonderful opportunity to uplift the next generation of women leaders!
Charlotte graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor's in Medical Anthropology, focusing her studies on public health, women’s health, and gender studies. She later earned a Master’s degree from UW-Milwaukee in Business Administration with a concentration in healthcare management.
Outside of her professional interests, Charlotte enjoys yoga, reading, and spending time with her husband, two daughters, and their lab/hound mix, Dolly Parton!