Charlotte leads global engagement efforts at moments, such as Davos, UNGA, HLPF and COPs, where the worlds most influential stakeholders gather to review and determine where progress needs to be made to deliver on the SDGs. Charlotte is responsible for setting WBA’s ambition and building our influence at these, so that closing the corporate accountability gap becomes accepted, understood and advocated for by multiple stakeholders. She works across the transformation teams to ensure we build upon relationships and develop a compelling institutional narrative that positions WBA benchmarks as an accountability mechanism for the private sector.

Charlotte started at the WBA in 2018 as the Executive Assistant, before transitioning into an Engagement Manger role for the Food and Agriculture Transformation from 2019-2022. During this time she helped launch the first Food and Agriculture Benchmark alongside the UN Food Systems Summit, and lead on collective engagement initiatives including the G7 Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative and the regenerative agriculture Collective Impact Coalition. Previously Charlotte completed her Bachelors in Geography at Liverpool University, and Masters in Anthropology at Utrecht University, which she went on to teach at the Design Academy, Eindhoven.

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