Charlotte Pence Bond is an author, filmmaker, and podcast host whose work has been published in The Washington Times, The Federalist, Glamour magazine and featured in US Weekly and on CNN, among other major media outlets. She is a past contributor to Lightworkersand writes columns on religion and literature. A graduate of DePaul University with a BA in Digital Cinema Screenwriting and English, Charlotte contributed writing and production skills to the Emmy Award winning documentary, Fleeced (WFYI Productions). She recently accompanied her parents on the campaign trail across America, when her father, Vice President Mike Pence, ran for office alongside President Donald Trump. She is a candidate for a Masters in Theological Studies at Harvard Divinity School, where she studies religion in literature and culture.
Charlotte's first adult book, Where You Go: Life Lessons from My Fatherwas published on October 16, 2018. It offers the most important lessons she has learned by her father’s example of love, loyalty, and faith, and through the challenges and triumphs she has shared with her family, some of which are fascinatingly specific to those in politics. She recounts the incredible moments of hope and adversity her family experienced during 100 days on the Trump-Pence campaign trail, the touching times she helped her dad prepare for debates, and why she always knew that their journey would be victorious. With thoughtful and vivid insights, Charlotte pays tribute to Mike Pence, the dreamer who encourages her to be the same, and gives a unique glimpse into their life, which will uplift and inspire.