Charles G. Baldwin is the Program Officer for the Mass Cultural Council’s Universal Participation (UP) Initiative, which provides resources for organizations seeking to develop inclusive and equitable tools for policy development and community engagement. For 15 years Charles was the Director of Marketing and Operations at Wheelock Family Theatre, a professional, Equity theatre in Boston committed to affordable, colorful, accessible theatre for children and families. He serves on the Executive Committee of CANE (Cultural Access New England) and is an active participant in the Kennedy Center’s LEAD Conference (Leadership Exchange for Arts and Disability). Charles was a founding member of TAMA (Theatre Artists Marketing Alliance) and CBACT (Consortium of Boston Area Children’s Theatres) and has been a consultant to The Accessible Theater (2012-2015) and the Fenway Alliance Disability Review Board (2008-2010). Currently he serves on the Disability Task Force (Jewish Family and Children’s Services) and the ReelAbilities Boston Advisory Panel. Out of the office, Charles is an educator, illustrator, stage designer, and puppeteer.