Charlotte Cooper oversees digital strategy as well as development and execution of a wide variety of social impact and education campaigns at Show of Force, a New York based Peabody and Emmy award winning production company. She oversees development of the organization's growing social good division including global development work for the World Bank and USAID, as well as producing content for IGOs such as the UN. She designed and executed the digital outreach and education campaign for We the Voters, an award-winning collection of digital shorts, providing educators with critical materials to discuss US governance in the election year. Cooper also developed the international digital strategy for the Soundbreaking, an eight-part series on the history of recorded sound which aired on PBS in 2016. Previously, she created the digital content and action campaign for the award-winning documentary series A Path Appears, based on the work of Sheryl WuDunn and Nicholas D. Kristof of The New York Times raising over a million dollars for NGOs serving the needs of women and girls.