Charles was educated at Trafalgar Primary School, Dominica Community High School, Clifton Dupigny Community College with Diploma in Agricultural Drawings and Building Designs
He migrated to United Kingdom to pursue Bachelor’s Degree in Community and Youth Work Studies from University of Sunderland graduated in honors 1997; attended the UWI Cave Hill Campus to pursue Bachelors of Law in 2006; Legal Education Certificate (L.E.C) from Trinidad Hugh Wooding Law School in 2011.
Green currently operates his own law firm of Ronald Charles and Associates which deals with criminal and civil matters.
I am known as a Community man. A friendly and hardworking man, a grass roots man and a man who stands for Justice, Peace, Integrity and Love; the people’s choice.
I stand by the concept that “the size of your success is measured by the strength of your desire.” It is that belief which has driven me to become an Attorney-at- Law, a Social Worker, Community & Youth Development worker, and an exemplary father of two beautiful children.
Today, I stand proudly as the Roseau Valley’s election candidate for the United Workers Party – Team Dominica.
Born on May 26 to Marie Gabriel Charles and Eugenia Charles, I was raised in a traditional home at Trafalgar, a village known for its majestic waterfalls and ecological beauty. My father is a former primary school Teacher, Sailor, Businessman, Sports fanatic and Agricultural Extension Officer, and is currently a lay minister at the Assembly of Yahweh. My mother, Eugenia Charles, the matriarch of our extended family, is well loved for her wisdom and for being a motivator for both her own children and over ten others that she has cared for over the years.
At 14 years old, I acted on his passion for community development. I became a member of the Trafalgar/Fond Canie Village Improvement Committee, and assumed chairmanship of that group at the age of 19. Acting on a musical inclination, I joined the Look-US Band at age 15, and to date remain the band’s keyboardist and leader.
I attended the Trafalgar Primary School and the Dominica Community High School, where I was deeply involved in sports. It seemed natural for me to follow in my family’s footsteps with involvement in community sports. Since my youth, I have been involved in the Trafalgar Basketball League, sponsoring a community basketball team the ‘’Bullets”, which is the current Roseau Valley basketball champs.
In 1992, I graduated from the Clifton Dupigny Community College, now the Dominica State College, with a Diploma in Architectural Drawings and Building Design. Subsequently, I migrated to the United Kingdom, where I studied for a Bachelor’s Degree in Community and Youth Work Studies at the University of Sunderland, graduating with honours in 1997.
I worked as a Youth Officer at the Youth Development Division – a government department of the Ministry of Youth Affairs on a part-time basis after completing studies at the University of Sunderland.
My concern for the development of people also led to my participation in service organizations and in teaching. I am a past Director of the Lions Club (Dominica), Co-founder of the Trafalgar Football Academy and an online tutor in law at the University of the West Indies Open Campus Dominica.
In 2006 I left Dominica again for the University of West Indies Cave Hill Campus (Barbados) to pursue a Bachelor’s of Law. I graduated in 2009 from UWI, and following this, attained his Legal Education Certificate (L.E.C) from Trinidad’s Hugh Wooding Law School in 2011.
I was called to the Bar in Dominica on 14 October 2011.
Currently, I operate my own law firmRonald Charles & Associates, which is known for practicing criminal and civil matters.
My nomination as a political candidate for the United Workers Party took place on December 8, 2013 at a meeting of the Roseau Valley’s UWP Constituency Association.
Plans for Constituency:
Redefine the tourism product to stimulate gainful employment to the vendors, crafters and tour guides; redeveloping the playing fields in the Roseau Valley; upgrading the road network spanning the constituency along Cochrane to Wotten Waven to foster eco-tourism and agricultural growth and production; establishing a Roseau Valley Sports Club to focus on football, cricket and basketball and to ensure protection of the flora and fauna of the Roseau Valley.