Charlotte Randomly is a facilitator, educator, activist, trainer and coach. She has worked in voluntary sector mental health services for 15 years, managing projects and leading teams that cast a social justice centred lens on the fields of health and wellbeing.
During her time working for OTR Bristol, she founded The Resilience Lab, a co-produced psychoeducational program by and for young people, which has been widely delivered across Bristol and South Gloucestershire for over seven years. Working in collaboration with researchers at the University of Bristol, she is a co-conspirator of Generation Snowstorm, a summer school for 16 – 25-year-olds exploring the possibilities of activism as a form of radical self and collective care.
Running parallel to this work, she has been a menstrual health activist and educator for almost a decade. Her work has focused on creating gender inclusivity within the field; challenging period stigma and enabling better working conditions for menstruators through the implementation of workplace period policies.