Charlotte Morgan is a Program Officer at the International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN). She supports ICAN’s Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL) program and communications, and is based in London, UK. 

Charlotte started her professional career with the United Nations Department of Peace Operations, working on advocacy and strategic communications with a focus on the Women, Peace and Security, gender parity and the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse. Previously, Charlotte joined the ICAN team as a WASL intern, supporting the WASL network convening women-led peace building organizations. 

She has broader experience working on advocacy, communications and network building in non-governmental organizations and civil society organizations across a range of social justice issues. For example, Charlotte’s has previously worked on accessibility and disability justice, language technology and services in humanitarian responses, and poverty alleviation and community resilience, often incorporating a gender lens in her work. Charlotte holds a master’s degree in Gender, Peace and Security from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and International Politics from the University of Bath. 

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