Nichole C. Wilson serves as executive director of Charlotte Lozier Institute, where she leads a team of more than 70 scholars conducting science and data research focused on supporting the sanctity of life in the Dobbs era.
Prior to joining CLI, Nichole served as counsel to the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging under Ranking Member Tim Scott (R-S.C.), where she conducted government oversight and assisted with drafting legislation. Nichole was also a presidential appointee in the Trump Administration, serving as senior counsel at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under Secretary Ben Carson, where she worked to draft regulations in coordination with the White House.
Nichole has extensive experience in government oversight and research, having served as Chief Strategy office at Cause of Action Institute, a non-profit government oversight group that works to protect and defend individuals and companies from abusive government action. She has also worked as a legal researcher for three national media outlets.
Originally hailing from West Chester, Pennsylvania, and later Annapolis, Maryland, Nichole earned her B.S. in Business Administration from Drexel University in Philadelphia, her Juris Doctor degree from Widener University’s Commonwealth Law School, and is barred in Maryland.