Charlotte Haas Prime
Charlotte Haas Prime is a sixth generation San Franciscan. She believes in the power of sports and the positive influence of coaches on children and the broader community. Charlotte has served on the Development committee and Young Leaders committee of Coaching Corps since its inception. After receiving her BA in psychology from Kenyon College in 2000, Charlotte returned to the Bay Area to become a teacher at Marin Country Day School. She taught Spanish and served as an advisor to 6th, 7th and 8th grade students until 2007. In 2008, Charlotte joined the Board of Trustees at Marin Country Day School and focused her time on multiple areas, including the finance, admissions, strategic planning and recruiting committees. She also chaired the student support services committee to help families and staff in developing a balanced approach to teaching students with learning differences. Charlotte is currently serving on the board of the Walter and Elise Haas Sr. Fund, a fund created by her great-grandparents to help provide access and opportunities to people and to build a more equitable community. Charlotte is also very involved with Trails Forever, a fundraising vehicle of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy used to fund, build and maintain trails and parks all over the Bay Area. She serves on the Trails Forever committee, has co-chaired the New Growth committee and is currently co-chair of their annual dinner. She is currently at home with her three young children and husband in the Cow Hollow area of San Francisco. In her free time she loves to cook, enjoys running on Crissy Field and being with her family.