Conservation and Policy Campaigner
Charlotte Dawe on the seashore

Charlotte (she/her) currently resides in Vancouver on unceded xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh and səlilwətaɬ territories.

Charlotte’s work focuses on endangered species in Canada and BC. She works on policy related issues that impact wildlife across the country. Charlotte advocates for stronger and more effective laws that hold the governments accountable. She works from the unceded Coast Salish Territories. Working at the Wilderness Committee gives Charlotte a platform to advocate on behalf of our environment and all the amazing wildlife we share this planet with. Before Wilderness Committee, Charlotte worked as a freshwater ecology and climate change researcher, a boreal forest restoration and assessment field technician and overseas to restore degraded coral reefs, re-build communities and care for orphaned wildlife in rehabilitation sanctuaries. Charlotte enjoys snowboarding, boxing, photography, cooking and backcountry camping – one time she was standing 8ft from away from a mamma grizzly bear who was calm and looked her right in the face.

Check out some of the campaigns that Charlotte leads: