New policy & representation executive appointed

West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to announce the appointment of Charlie Lavemai-Goldsbrough as Policy and Representation Executive covering York & North Yorkshire.

Charlie will be the Chamber’s principal point of contact for its activities and stakeholder engagement in York and North Yorkshire.

Her role will be a wide-ranging position that will involve dealing with entrepreneurs and leaders of businesses of all sizes, as well as councils, the Local Enterprise Partnership and from this coming Spring, an elected metro mayor for the region.

Charlie has previously worked for Thames Valley Housing where she was a key policy driver. Prior to this she was employed by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea where she led on the transformation of housing management in the Grenfell Housing Service.

Mark Casci, head of policy and representation at West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce, said: “Everyone at the Chamber is delighted to be welcoming Charlie to the team.

“Her track record, experience and temperament are exactly what the Chamber and the region needs during this pivotal period of North Yorkshire’s history.

“She will be joining a first-class team that is intent on continuing its proud track record of delivery for the region.”

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