Charlotte joined EVORA in August 2020. She has experience in managing a diverse number of energy, carbon, water and waste projects across both the retail and water industries.
Prior to EVORA, Charlotte worked at ALDI supporting the development of their sustainability strategy, science-based targets and reporting framework. As a qualified lead auditor, Charlotte implemented and audited ALDI’s Energy Management System ensuring certification to the ISO 50001:2018 standard.
During her time at Severn Trent Water, Charlotte gained experience in operational incident and risk management, with responsibility for managing the impact of a £300m infrastructure scheme.
Charlotte holds a Batchelor of Science honours degree in Geography from the University of Nottingham and specialised in Climate Change.
What are your main responsibilities?
To support clients to improve their data acquisition, streamline and manage their monitoring and reporting processes, as well as developing and enhancing their ESG strategies and Net Zero pathways.
What’s the best part of your job?
Working with and learning from like-minded sustainability experts and knowing that each day my hard work is contributing towards making the future, greener and more sustainable!
What book are you currently reading?
I have just finished ‘Where the Crawdads Sings by Delia Owens’, an American wildlife scientist. It follows the life of a young girl abandoned in the swamplands of North Carolina and how she deals with isolation and learns from the wildlife around her. The book is brought to life by its vivid description of the fragile complexities of nature and focuses on important themes of racial and social division. It is beautifully written and impossible to put down!