Charlotte de Vaulx


B.S. Economics & B.A. Earth Science

(Wharton’19, SAS’19)


Charlotte de Vaulx is a rising senior from North Salem, New York, studying Operations at Wharton and pursuing a dual degree in Environmental Science in the College. First learning about sustainability in high school at the Island School in the Bahamas, Charlotte has since made it her mission to work towards creating more sustainable systems at the intersection of business, science, and technology. With a global focus, Charlotte is particularly invested in marine ecosystems and solving environmental and waste issues. As this year’s co-President of the environmental fraternity Epsilon Eta, Charlotte aims to bring together diverse perspectives of student leaders on campus and promote various environmental initiatives. A Wharton Passion Project fellow last spring with a project on 3D printing and biofabrication, Charlotte has also played for the UPenn Women’s Rugby team and been on the boards of Wharton Alliance and MUSE Social Impact Practice. For fun, she loves to settle down with a good podcast or book, go for a run outside, and explore new parts of Philly with friends.