Charlotte Dawe is incredibly motivated by equity and diversity and has worked across an extensive group of communities including Disability, Homelessness and Aboriginal welfare, largely supporting people to be included, participate and use their voices to make a positive impact
She has a passion for building and strengthening relationships and has worked for the past fifteen years in community and membership, including three and a half years for global, creative membership community, Soho House and Co as their UK Membership Manager. Charlotte has joined Inkling Women to work across both Programs and Partnerships.
With her flair for people and networking, as well as her strengths in communication and project management Charlotte has joined Inkling Women to work across both Programs and Partnerships. She constantly thinks outside of the box, is creative, patient and adaptable with a strong ability to multi-task and work under great pressure. With excellent strategic planning skills built through developing charities and not for profit organisations, the homelessness organisation Charlotte developed in Sydney in 2011 has gone on to be the largest homelessness provider in New South Wales.
Charlotte gained a Master’s Degree in Anthropology and Community Development from Goldsmiths University of London. It was her course placement that brought her to Sydney, back in 2008, in the first place. Charlotte also qualified as a British Sign Language Interpreter for the Deaf and gleefully watches interpreted television programs with the sound off. She is a die-hard festival goer and doesn’t bat an eye lash at four days knee high in mud at Glastonbury Festival for the joy of dancing in brightly coloured garbs to live music.
I am incredibly passionate about social justice issues and whole heartedly believe that the world will be a better place when 50% of the most important decisions for the planet are made by women. I am over the moon to be working alongside a team of incredible people devotedly working towards this mission.