Charlene has been affected by child pornography through two separate incidents, two separate cities, two different people, TOO MANY TIMES.
Charlene has developed a theory of “Digital Supervision©” for child protection, which is included in her book “Digital Sexual Victims: True Cases”. A portion of the proceeds of her book will be contributed to Internet Sense First. The book is available at Chapters/Indigo online, Kobo books, Amazon and several other online channels. Purchase this book and learn about the dangers that exist on the Internet for your children and how to practice Digital Supervision©. Parents, caregivers and professionals will find the information in the book invaluable when developing methods of supervision of children and youth while they use digital devices. She is a global speaker and has presented in Canada (including Parliament Hill), Iceland, the United States, Europe, and India. Her theory of Digital Supervision© has been interpreted as essential for the protection of children, families, and society in general.
Charlene began her studies at the University of New Brunswick where she obtained her Bachelor of Education (Business). After graduating from UNB, she studied Computer Science at the University of Western Ontario. As a result of her Computer Science studies, she earned the equivalency of a Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours. She was then accepted to the University of Toronto to complete her Honours Business Specialist qualification. Charlene has studied Women In Leadership at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She has studied several Network Management courses through a former employer and has managed computer networks, the largest of which, had 250 computer stations. She is a computer/network specialist.
Charlene’s love of children, her family, and her experiences, have prompted her to want to make a difference with child, family, and societal protection in this digital world. Too many parents are using the “screen” as a babysitter. Too many families are using their router and not monitoring activity through the router. Learn more about Digital Supervision. The innocence and safety of your children and families depends on it.