Charlotte Terry

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Your Neighbor Since 1949
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About Charlotte Terry

Charlotte is, as they say, "connected"- to everyone and every place, from the Environmental

Learning Center to Saint Edward's School, where both her children graduated.

She knows Florida and Real Estate. Charlotte Terry is a fourth generation Floridian, and has lived in Vero Beach for over 40 years. Her family moved to Vero Beach from Jacksonville, Florida. After twenty years of owning her own company, Charlotte Terry Real Estate, Inc., as a buyer’s agent, Charlotte merged with Alex MacWilliam, Inc. Real Estate in 2009, and after much demand, expanded her practice to include listing representation.

She is a do-er. Charlotte is more than a presence on the real estate scene. She is also a fixture in the community's vibrant cultural and environmental life, where she's been an activist and prime mover. Charlotte is vice chairman of the Board of the Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the poet, Ms. Jackson's historic home located on the ELC campus. The Foundation not only provides educational and literary seminars but started the successful Vero Beach Book Festival, bringing many Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize winning authors to the Vero Beach community. Partnering with this non- profit, Charlotte and Pam Proctor started the Teenwriters Workshop, bringing writers to Vero Beach to teach writing skills to teens, and started, with Nancy Hopwood, Cracker Tales, Inc., a documentary production company to capture local oral histories on video.

Charlotte is a founding member of the Board of the Indian River Literary Society and serves on the Haiti Partners Advisory Committee, a group committed to training teachers, community leaders and building schools in Haiti.

She is a nature nut. As a Florida Master naturalist, Charlotte can often be found squiring clients on outdoor adventures, kayaking on the Indian River, fishing at Blue Cypress Lake, tracking wild animals in the St. Sebastian Buffer Preserve, or getting down and dirty at the annual bull auction at the Adams' Ranch. She also has proudly served on the Board of McKee Botanical Gardens.