Executive Director, Errol "E.R." Anderson (pronouns: they/them or he/him) manages the programming, fiscal, and daily operations of Charis Circle, and is always interested in the ways our communities can share skills and resources. A native Atlantan, E.R. came to Charis as one of the founding members of the Young Writer's Group in 1997, and has enjoyed helping build connections between communities of activists, artists, and academics in this city ever since. E.R. co-facilitates the Race Conscious Parenting Collective and the Gender Creative Parenting Collective, because he knows that when children receive a strong foundation in justice and liberation, they go on to change the world in unexpected and beautiful ways. When not running around Charis, E.R. loves reading, writing, taking care of his dogs, playing in the woods, and learning about classic cars and trucks.
Please direct all programming, philanthropic, and general Charis Circle business to email@example.com or 404-524-0304. We generally schedule events at least two months in advance. If you are interested in scheduling an event or book reading please first visit the FAQ page on this website. To see what E.R. is reading these days, check out their staff picks page. Email E.R. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dartricia Rollins (pronouns: she/her) is the Assistant Director of Charis Circle, and a bookseller at Charis Books and More. She holds a Bachelor's of Science in Human Services and a minor in Gender and Women's Studies. Dartricia is an art and book collector and does research and program coordination for independent artists and scholars.
Dartricia is a cultural worker and community organizer. She serves on the Board of Directors at Access Reproductive Care-Southeast, a member of the Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) a people(s)-centered Human Rights project against war, repression, and imperialism, and a candidate member of the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL). Email her at: Dartricia@chariscircle.org.