Charlotte Brandin has been active in philanthropy for 25+ years, mainly in the field of child protection, family supports and social justice. After serving as Executive Director for World Childhood Foundation USA (2002-2014), where she ran all operations including fundraising, communications, and project management, she has assumed roles as advisor, board member and consultant both in the U.S. and Sweden; among other assignments as executive chairperson for Charity Rating, a rating agency of Swedish nonprofits; advisor for BRY, advocating for Swedish children’s safety and legal rights; board member and consultant for Family Alliance, the US subsidiary of Family for Every Child, based in the UK, and its network of 45+ CSOs in 20 countries; advisor to Butterflies USA, a child-rights organization working with street-connected children and youth in Delhi, India; Hello Future, providing financial literacy and digital instruction to Syrian youth in Iraqi refugee camps; and strategic facilitator for Natural Creativity, a center for self-directed learning in Germantown, PA, where she advised on fundraising, communications and social media, as well as board-related matters. Throughout her career, Charlotte has advocated for reproductive justice and equity, starting at Planned Parenthood where she worked for 5 years. She also co-founded a national campaign and lobbied in Congress advocating for welfare support to mothers.A native of Sweden, Charlotte has lived in the U.S. since 1989. Learn more at charlottebrandin.com.
Charlotte is lead on operations, communications, capacity building and financial oversight, including fundraising and overall program management.
Grant Writer and Program Manager — Nicole Hubert
Nicole Hubert is a lifetime activist and recent graduate of the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health where she earned her Master of Public Health (MPH) concentrating in Health Management and Policy. She earned her B.A. in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology and Spanish from Rollins College. She has spoken out for disability rights at the local and national-levels including to the United States Congress, advocated for the houseless as the Operations Lead for a low-barrier medical clinic in Oregon, and continues to champion reproductive justice in the face of the overturn of Roe v. Wade.
Nicole is passionate about global health policy, specifically in creating more equitable and justice-oriented health systems and promoting maternal and child health and reproductive justice. She is the lead on program management, donor relations and fundraising efforts, social media, and grant writing, and assists with in-country research and data cleanup.
Administrative Assistant — Lindsay Roos
Lyndsey Roos is an English language teacher based in Portland, Oregon. She studied Philosophy at Willamette University in Salem, OR before earning a master’s degree in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) from Portland State University. An avid language learner, she previously studied French abroad in Angers, France. She has also lived and taught English in Bali, Indonesia.
As a child, her family instilled in her the values of education and service to others through their work in her small hometown of Port Angeles, WA. She is a passionate advocate for community activism, education equity, and social justice, and looks forward to learning more about non-profit work while helping Global Health Promise grow and develop.