Christine Charlier - Member
Mrs. Christine Charlier is a Philippine-born entrepreneur, fashion
lover and founder of MrsCharlier.com - a blog and creative outlet to express
her love for entertaining, entrepreneurship, fashion and travel. She started
this blog as a creative outlet to express her thoughts and to inspire and
motivate men and women around the world to live their best lives
NOW. The widely followed blog later gave way to an inspirational
line of t-shirts for men and women along with an impressive jewelry line, The Charlier Collection.
Mrs. Charlier was just five years old when she came to the U.S.
with her parents and three siblings from the Philippines. Having both failed
and succeeded at business, MrsCharlier.com is dedicated to showing how anyone
can overcome nearly any challenge presented to them and rise to live the life
of their dreams by simply using the gifts that are inside of them and embracing
every opportunity as a gift from their Creator.
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, she was a leading
representative in the financial services and insurance industry where she met
her husband and fellow entrepreneur, Mr. Dan Charlier. Before becoming involved
in the financial services industry, Mrs. Charlier worked as a sales
representative for an import/export distributor for nearly five years before
leaving to pursue a more meaningful career helping families throughout the
world in the financial and insurance industry.
Mrs. Charlier is a respected leader, and is recognized for
mentoring children and adults from all walks of life, and for developing
leaders and emerging talent. However, she considers her most rewarding role to
be that of mother. Mrs. Charlier lives in Los Angeles with her husband and
three sons, Danny (age 8), Preston (age 6) and Matthew (age 3).
addition to serving on the Miracles for Kids Los Angeles Board of Directors, she also serves on the board
of the California Philharmonic, a Pasadena, California based orchestra under
the direction of Maestro Victor Vener, and is also a member of the Otis Benefit
Committee, an organization supporting scholarships for talented young artists and
recently, she launched the Charlier Foundation, which supports community based
organizations that promote self-reliance, personal development and economic
independence, and positively contribute to the quality of life for
economically, physically and emotionally challenged individuals throughout the