Charlotte Morgan

Job title Research Apprentice
Organisation Wales Centre for Public Policy
Contact email

Charlotte Morgan is a Research Apprentice at the Wales Centre for Public Policy, joining the team in September 2022.

Prior to joining the Centre, Charlotte worked as a Policy and Public Affairs Co-ordinator for British Heart Foundation Cymru where she was involved in policy campaigns, such as Bias and Biology: The Heart Attack Gender Gap. She also has an interest in the medical research landscape in Wales, previously providing secretariat for the Cross Party Group on Medical Research within her role at British Heart Foundation Cymru.

Charlotte’s background is a BA in History at Cardiff University. Charlotte then went on to gain a MA scholarship at Swansea University, titled Global Challenges: Law, Policy and Practice. Charlotte’s focus throughout the programme was undertaking research into law and policy in relation to child poverty in Wales. This included the opportunity to undertake a placement with Save the Children who Charlotte worked with to produce a report on child poverty policy avenues in Wales.

She has also volunteered for the Wales Centre for International Affairs where she worked across teams to support with research, communications and education project planning. It was during her volunteering experience at WCIA that Charlotte developed an interest in policy-making as well as research.