Charlotte is the Ottawa Operations Manager and a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. She is the author of The Ones We Let Down: Toxic Leadership Culture and Gender Integration in the Canadian Forces, 1989-1999, published in 2022 with McGill-Queen's University Press. Her monograph builds on her Master's research, which looked into the toxic culture of leadership in the Canadian Armed Forces during the 1990s and its impact on gender integration, which had started in 1989. Her research interests include questions of military leadership and culture change, topics on which she regularly comments in the media. She obtained her MA in Military History at Queen's University in 2019, and her BA in History and Political Science at McGill University in 2017. In 2022, Charlotte was recognized as a Women in Defence and Security Emerging Leader for her work during the sexual misconduct crisis plaguing the Canadian military. She is also a Collaborator with the Réseau d'Analyse Stratégique and currently contributes to a research project for the Canadian Defence and Security Network's civilian-military relations node. Prior to working at CGAI, Charlotte served as the Assistant to the Executive Director of Women In International Security-Canada and has worked as a research assistant and translator on projects about gender mainstreaming and integration in NATO Armed Forces and on the gendered dimension of veteran transition at Queen's University Center for International and Defence Policy (CIDP).