Based in the Netherlands, Charlotte works as a consultant at Enact and offers a diverse range of advisory services and project management to clients involved in all aspects of the human rights due diligence process. Her expertise includes policy development, stakeholder engagement, gap analysis, and risk assessments, specifically in the context of human rights. In addition, Charlotte advises multinational corporations on various human rights matters, including labour rights, gender equality, and transparency, leveraging her background in international development cooperation and human rights.
Charlotte previously held multiple positions at Oxfam before joining Enact. While employed at Oxfam, she spearheaded the development and execution of global campaigns, collaborated with corporations to enhance their human rights due diligence policies and procedures, acted as a spokesperson for Oxfam Novib, and (co-)authored various policy briefs, research articles, and blogs on topics related to human rights due diligence. Charlotte primarily concentrated her efforts on the food and beverage sector.
Charlotte holds a Bachelor’s in Liberal Arts and Sciences, majoring in ‘Political History and International Relations’. She also holds a Master’s degree in ‘Law and Politics of International Security’ and an advanced Master’s degree in International Development Studies. Charlotte lived, studied and worked in many countries, such as Myanmar, Palestine, Spain, Denmark and South Africa.