Bachelor’s Contestant Charity Lawson: Personal Life, Career, Job, Age, Family
Charity Lawson has aligned herself with 30 other women in the upcoming 27th Season of The Bachelor where they will battle it out to win over Zach Shallcross, who’s the bachelor this season.
The 26-year-old Techie from Austin, Zach, was self-eliminated in Season 19 of The Bachelorette and was announced as the 27th Season bachelor.
Charity, the beautiful bachelorette from Georgia will be bringing her bright smile, and sweet personality, to the sets of the hit television reality series by ABC. She will be hoping to find what she’s looking for in Zach as Charity thinks the two of them could be perfect on paper according to her bio.
Read on to find out more about Charity Lawson’s life including her profession, Age, family, and social life here.
About Charity Lawson:
Charity Lawson is a 26-year-old, Child and Family Therapist working at the Tri-County Children’s Advocacy Center in Summersville, West Virginia.
She graduated with her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counselling in May 2022 and pursues her career with her interests in trauma, child developmental disorders, and anxiety.
Charity is very passionate about helping others live their best versions of themselves and seems highly motivated in her career ahead. She is looking for that perfect guy who is capable of giving her the love that she gives to so many others and being a loyal loving emotional supporter who shares similar morals.
Charity Lawson Job And Career:
Charity interns as a child advocacy center therapist at the Tri-County CAC in Summersville since July 2021.
She was a Camp Counselor at Full Life Ahead in 2018 where she assisted families and children with disabilities. She worked as Inventory Lead Associate in The Mint Julep Boutique for 10 months between 2015 and 2016.
She has volunteered as a fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association® for over 2 years between 2015 and 2017 and currently volunteers for the Eagles Program at Auburn University.
Where Did Charity Lawson Go To College?
Charity attended Auburn University College in Alabama where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation and Disability. She recently completed her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling as we’ve mentioned above, in May 2022.
Charity states that her time in college provided her the opportunity of meeting the most incredible people, and professors, and created her best memories while receiving the all-important calling in her life for direction. She has been pursuing her calling with passion and ambition.
Charity Lawson – Family And Personal Life
Chairy has kept her family life quite private so we will get to know more about her as the 26th season begins. Her social media posts on Instagram reveal her as a very socially active person who was brought up in a humble Christian family.
She has an inner circle of close friends and colleagues with whom she shares her passion for travel and fashion.
Charity recently visited France where she attended her friend Marianna Farmer’s wedding and explored the streets and cuisines of Paris and the Palace of Versailles in July 2022.
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Who All Are Competing With Charity For Zach Shallcross?
In the 27th Season of The Bachelor, Charity will face off against 29 other aspiring women including Aly, Anastasia, Ariel, Bailey, Becca, Brianna, Brooklyn, Cara, Catherine, Christina, Davia, Gabriella, Genevie, Greer, Holland, Jessica, Kaitlyn, Kimberly, Katherine, Kylee, Chandralekha, Madison, Mercedes, Olivia L, Olivia M, Sonia, Vanessa, Victoria J, and Victoria E.
Will Charity End Up With Zach Shallcross In Season 27 Of The Bachelor?
Charity seems to be very excited to meet Zach as she thinks the two of them could be a great match. While Charity clearly has all that Zach is looking for, the reports from Reality Steve reveal that Charity only makes it to the top 3 of this season’s The Bachelor.
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