Public Relations and Partnerships Manager
Charlotte is the Senior Project Manager of the Global Women in Leadership (WIL) Economic Forum. Committed to forster cross-cultural undersanding and tear clichés apart, she works with private and public oranizations to build bridges between communities and enact positive change through collective action.
Charlotte has extensive experience in communications, CSR and partnership-building across the Gulf, Asia and Europe
In October 2016, UN Women Canada recongized her as a Young Leader for Outstanding Contribution to Women’s Economic Empowerment. Since then, she has been working on a number of initiatives to promote inclusion and education. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, photography and writing.
Head of Creativity and Educational Strategy
Richard is a digital transformation leader with a deep love of and skillset in, creativity, ideation and transforming businesses using the inherent capabilities of emerging technologies. He has been at the cutting edge for over 20 years making a range of services from interactive TV entertainment, games, apps to latterly in big data, predictive systems, health and culture. Richard has worked around the world in companies as diverse as the RSC, Proximus/Belgacom, Microsoft Studios, Aviva Health, BSkyB, BBC and others.
A published cited author and public speaker, he has a documented passion for education. He is also a qualified teacher, founded a university department, held a Visiting Professorship, co-founded a college and has at some point taught at every level of the system from 7 to PhD supervision. He is also a Senior Fellow at the University of Lincoln, an FRSA, a member of BAFTA and a member of the Society of Authors.
Social Media Coordinator and Project Manager – SL
Colin White is pursuing an M.A. in International Relations from Richmond, The American International University in London and holds a B.A. in International Studies from American University in Washington, DC. Colin currently lives in New York.
Colin was the first intern with Professors Without Borders and has remained an important part of the team managing marketing on social media, coordinating the logistics of our program in Sierra Leone and working with the directors on the growth of the organization.
Project Manager and Team Leader – Uganda
Ena has been working as Project Manager for PROWIBO since January 2017. She holds an MA in Events Management from Ashdown Academy,and an MLitt in International Security Studies from the University of St Andrews as well as a BA in Public Relations with International Relations from Regent’s University London, She has work experience in events management, public relations and social media, academic research, as well as NGO experience in Africa.
Ena led the team in Uganda where she also lectured in Global Politics. She is adept at managing an international team in difficult working environments. Currently, Ena is working on developing original research for the think tank, based on her experience teaching in Uganda.
International Programs Manager
Monique holds a BA in Hotel Management from Ecole Hoteliere Lausanne, in Switzerland. She has worked around the world opening hotels and managing the PR strategy for large institutions and prominent individuals.An entrepreneur, Monique opened a restaurant and art gallery in Cape Town, South Africa. She is currently working with Professors Without Borders developing projects with key partners in Africa, Asia and Europe.