6 Feb 2023
Charlotte manages the UK Network of Age-friendly Communities, a growing UK movement affiliated to the World Health Organisation.
The Network currently has a membership of over 50 places covering a population of around 22 million people. In her role Charlotte works to inspire, connect and support existing network members through leading the network learning programme.
She is also responsible for growing the network so that more places across the UK can become age-friendly. Charlotte joined the Centre for Ageing Better in September 2020 as part of the Innovation and Change team where she worked to develop innovation projects to ensure people are able to live healthy and active lives and be in fulfilling work as they age.
She previously worked in the education sector as a Project Lead for Whole Education, a network of schools committed to offering a fully rounded education. In her role she managed projects and events to help the network to innovate and share great practice. She also developed and ran the initiative The Big Education Conversation, where she supported communities to host conversations to better prepare young people for their futures.