In 2002, after a successful 26-year career as an Army officer serving her country, Charlette Roman retired to Marco
Island and began service to her new community. As a Marco citizen, she has devoted thousands of volunteer hours to community service,
environmental protection, and nature education. She has spent over a decade volunteering with Rookery Bay Reserve, four years monitoring birds
for the Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission, and has also served on many other community organizations and projects. In 2009, she was awarded
the prestigious Collier County Audubon Society Fellowship and was the first appointment to the At-Large Environmental seat on the Collier County
Planning Commission in 2013.
Charlette is a graduate of Leadership Marco and serves as Marco’s representative on the Collier Citizens Council.
She was elected to a four-year term on the Marco City Council in 2016 and served as Vice-Chair in 2017.