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Charlotte Chorley

Pancake lover, pug enthusiast and unapologetic feminist.

Charlotte Chorley is the Women’s Officer for Cambridge University Student’s Union. She is the student voice for gender equality in the University, campaigning on issues that directly impact the experience and opportunities of women in Cambridge. She manages a team of 16 women and non-binary people to co-ordinate campaigns, as well as liaising with senior administrators to develop policy and implement cultural development. In her capacity as an elected officer, she represents over 10, 000 students, and directs the activities of The Women’s Campaign. The Women’s Campaign is an autonomous policymaking body that lobbies the central University.

Prior to this role, Charlotte was the Women’s Officer for Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, where she established the intersectional feminist discussion group, SolidariTEA. She has also volunteered in Nepal (2013) and Mauritius (2008), and has worked in London as a political consultant and lobbyist to Westminster.

Charlotte graduated from Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, in July 2015 with a Double First Class Honours degree in English.

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