Charlotte joined The King's Fund in May 2021 as a policy adviser. She sits within the responsive policy team and her work at the Fund is primarily external facing, identifying, analysing and communicating emerging policy issues.
Charlotte previously worked at Anthony Nolan, where she led work on access to treatments, with a focus on understanding the changes to the access landscape resulting from the review of National Institute for Health and Care Excellence’s (NICE) methods. She also conducted focused policy work on blood cancer data, a strategy for the next 10 years of stem cell transplantation and patient experience of the Covid-19 pandemic. Prior to this she held roles at Macmillan Cancer Support and the Office of the Children’s Commissioner for England. She has an International Security Masters from the University of Sussex.