Charlotte started with the Alliance as a Policy and Impact Officer in January 2019. She is on secondment from CES, Belfast and is based in the Campbell, UK & Ireland Centre in Queen’s University, Belfast. Charlotte is promoting the work of the Alliance and Campbell in Northern Ireland by expanding the network of evidence champions, delivering events and developing strategic partnerships with organisations in the public and non-profit sectors.
In her previous role with CES, Charlotte worked with non-profits, helping them to use evidence in their practice through knowledge translation and building evaluation capacity. Charlotte also has experience in policy making in Northern Ireland where she has supported the development of the new Family and Parenting Support Strategy. Prior to this, Charlotte worked in fundraising and has a variety of volunteering experience, from advocating for safer drug use, to teaching English in Vietnam, to lending a hand at local festivals.
Charlotte holds a Masters in International Relations from the University of Nottingham and has a keen interest in making research and evidence accessible.
Outside of work, Charlotte enjoys discovering music, travelling and exploring what her city has to offer.
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