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Masiello-Riome, Charlotte

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Special Advisor, HRH Prince of Wales Charitable Fund – A4S. Fellow at the Royal Society of the Arts (RSA); Board member, Friends of Research4Life; Former Board member and current member of the UNESCO Chairs in Communications. Senior-level global communications specialist with 20 years of experience in international humanitarian affairs and sustainable development.

Charlotte Masiello-Riome has over twenty years’ experience developing high-level multi-lingual and communication strategies on in international humanitarian and sustainability sectors, especially on environment/climate and hunger-related issues, with and for the UN, governments, the private sector, and civil society. She is Senior Advisor, Communications and External Engagement for World Vision International, serving on World Vision’s Global Hunger Response team, Climate Group, and several UN working groups. She also serves as Special Communications Advisor to Accounting for Sustainability (A4S), established by HM King Charles III in 2004, when he was The Prince of Wales, “to help ensure that we are not battling to meet 21st century challenges with, at best, 20th century decision making and reporting systems.” She is a member of the UNESCO International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communications, where she previously served as a Board member, and is on the Board of Friends of Research4Life, a public-private partnership of 5 UN agencies, publishers, and academia providing scientists and researchers at more than 11,000 institutions in over 125 lower- and middle-income countries with free or low-cost online access to up leading journals and books in the fields of health, agriculture, environment, applied sciences and legal information. She is a Fellow at the The Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) (UK). Charlotte holds a BA in International Studies and Journalism from American University in Washington, DC, USA and has an MA in Mass Communications from Leicester University.

(Ver. 01-2023)

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