Charlotte Robson is a standout nomination in the G4C Future Leader Award category who demonstrates significant experience of delivering complex, multi stakeholder projects, coupled with her involvement in the National Association of Women in Construction and the internal sustainability team, make her a fantastic candidate. She has taken on considerable responsibility and has shown a real passion and commitment to net zero and bringing and supporting the next generation of construction professionals to make a positive impact on the industry and the wider society.
Charlotte’s key strengths in this category can be summarised as follows:
- Chair of the Yorkshire Northeast Turner & Townsend Sustainability & Net Zero Team– Charlotte has led the group to deliver sessions and events, including presentations from external speakers, to help improve her colleague’s knowledge and awareness of key topics, helping increase confidence in this area and ultimately making the team better equipped to support our clients.
- Committee member of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)– Charlotte is a committee member of the Tees Valley branch and has been involved in organising university and school engagement events, helping to broaden awareness of careers within construction, trying to overcome stereotypes associated with the industry.
- Buddy Scheme– Charlotte has supported several of our new graduates and apprentices as their buddy over her time at Turner & Townsend. This has involved greeting them on their first day and helping them to settle in, as well as being a less formal contact to turn too with any queries that they have.
- Co-Chair of the Your Professional Future (YPF) Group– As the co-chair of the Newcastle & Teesside YPF, Charlotte manages the wider group to produce and deliver change initiatives that impact our place of work. In her role as lead, Charlotte ensures everyone has an action and feels they are contributing to something that can make a difference and help them further develop.
- Charlotte has worked on an internal major digital change initiative, leading a team of specialist senior colleagues and reporting directly to UK Directors, demonstrating her adaptability and ability to lead.
Three Reasons Why This Individual Should Win:
- Her contribution to driving sustainability& net zero.
- Successfully managed relationships to maximise value for her project.
- Her contribution towards others’ professional development.