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Executive Administrator Charlotte Rumbol welcomed to Human Rights at Sea

London. The UK. Human Rights at Sea is delighted to welcome Charlotte Rumbol to the post of Executive Administrator to the NGO’s Senior Leadership Team in support of the ongoing expansion of core staff roles reflecting the increasing levels of global engagement with the organization’s work.

Charlotte has both public and private experience in various administration and support roles, most recently as Personal Assistant to the Heads of High Value at Macmillan Cancer Support, and as an Assistant to the Director of Delivery at the NHS.

Charlotte said: “I am delighted and privileged to have joined such an important, relevant, and ground-breaking NGO. I’m excited to play my part and look forward to building on the great work and successes across the organization. I am inspired by Human Rights At Seas’ ambition, dedication, and vision, and I look forward to supporting the Senior Leadership Team and their vital work in raising awareness, implementation, and accountability to ensure that globally, we end human rights at sea.

Founder & Chief Executive Officer - Human Rights At Sea

CEO, David Hammond, commented: “Charlotte has been with us for a short period of time, but has already had a significant impact in supporting our day-to-day operational work. We are therefore delighted to welcome Charlotte who joins us with a pedigree of working in the charitable sector at a high tempo which fits our approach and work style in seeking justice for victims of human rights abuse at sea.”

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