Chuck Nicholls was born in Chicago and moved to Washington D.C. to pursue his career. He’s a Michigan State University graduate and did his graduate studies at The University of Florida. For him, one of his career highlights was being a founding member of The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. There, he enjoyed the teamwork involved in developing safety standards for consumer products.
Eventually, he retired in South Florida and became a member of the nonprofit Tuesday’s Angels where he served as president for many years. This Fort Lauderdale organization serves men, women and children with HIV/AIDS.
“I will probably best be remembered for my work with Tuesday’s Angels and the over two million dollars that I helped raised while president of the organization,” he said.
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