Once trained as a classical stage actor; Charles Micheaux had an epiphany during a stage performance of the play, “ROAD TO THE MOUNTAINTOP” a play about the life and times of Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.
Charles volunteer work includes Our Daily Bread Soup Kitchen, Lake Clifton’ Eastern High School in Baltimore, Maryland, The Maryland State Penitentiary, also Charles started a fundraising program to help elementary schools and Police Athletic League centers in the city of Baltimore. Charles Micheaux did a three year ministerial apprenticeship under Dr. Macie Tilman, Chaplain of the Maryland State Penitentiary in Baltimore, Maryland.
Charles Micheaux is the founder of THE WORK BRIDGE PROJECT ATLANTA, he is also the past president of
Associated Black Charities Toastmasters, past president of The Friends of College Park Library, he is a member of The American Counseling Association and National Training Association.
Charles Micheaux has helped over 4,000 women on Welfare find employment while employed as a trainer for AMERICA WORKS in Baltimore, Maryland. On February 21, 2001 Charles received a letter from ROSA PARKS
for his outstanding work in social service. Charles moved to Atlanta in 2007 and in 2009 he founded
THE WORK BRIDGE PROJECT ATLANTA, since then 6,000 young people have secured employment through his programs.
Charles is the host of THE GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER SOCIETY which can be seen on YouTube.
Charles was a writer at Yahoo from 2011 – 2013.
Charles is an ardent supporter of Governor Nathan Deal’s Prison Reform Program for the state of Georgia.
Charles altruism began at an early age; at 19 when he was in the United States Navy and while in North Africa he volunteered to help build a school.