Charlotte Holloway

Charlotte is Policy Director at techUK, working with our members and policy-makers in Westminster, Whitehall, Brussels and beyond to create the conditions for a world-leading tech sector and a thriving digital economy right across the UK. Her current focus is on leading techUK's response to the decision to leave the European Union.

Charlotte has led techUK's policy and public affairs function which covers a number of policy and regulatory areas including data protection and privacy, skills and migration, intellectual property and copyright, the Digital Single Market, the economic contribution of tech, and more. Charlotte is a regular co-author of reports for techUK, including notably London's Digital Future: the Mayoral Tech Manifesto (January 2016) and Securing our Digital Future: the techUK manifesto for Growth and Jobs 2015-2020 (September 2014). She was seconded as Chief of Staff to leading tech angel Sherry Coutu CBE on The Scale-Up Report on UK Economic Growth (November 2014), a major independent report for Government. 

Charlotte was listed in the Computer Weekly top 50 most influential woman in tech 2016, and is a Policy Fellow at the Centre for Science and Policy at the University of Cambridge. She is an Advisory Board member for the European Digital Forum, the UK Forum for Computing Education, and the 30% Club (whose aim is to boost the number of women in senior tech roles). Charlotte is a regular spokesperson, including at major events, select committees, and in national and trade press.

Charlotte previously led on policy for the Broadband Stakeholder Group, the UK's advisory forum on broadband. Prior to that, Charlotte worked for the Work Foundation on a major research programme on the knowledge economy and then on UK innovation policy. She has also worked at the New Local Government Network and on a number of political campaigns. She holds degrees from the University of Cambridge and the London School of Economics.

FROM SOCIAL MEDIA

After the historic A50 letter, techUK's Giles Derrington looks at what's next for the negotiations and for tech - https://t.co/Pmy2kAyydc
Delighted Secretary of State @DCMS Karen Bradley will be keynote speaker at our annual dinner. Tickets available:… https://t.co/aih1mwDNZi
"Avoid chaotic Brexit" @techukceo responding to Article 50 being triggered in the @independent https://t.co/06mqYEBu62
.@peteracummings from sponsor @Adobe will be discussing tech driven Public Services in 2030 at #techUKPS2030. Book: https://t.co/1p9v02hg9L
As A50 is triggered, we are also in Brussels meeting with MEPs and Cssn about getting a good #Brexit deal for tech https://t.co/d1FF2ofpfk
Trigger of A50 historic moment. Now UK/EU must work together for deal that works for tech, says @techUKCEO - https://t.co/ym6ORzzlon
.@techUKCEO in @CityAM on Article 50 priorities for tech #BrexitDay https://t.co/Lwo4QESsTR
10% of global cyber workforce is female. Our president @JdR_Tech was proud to join @ncsc for the #CyberFirstGirls c… https://t.co/pCJ97kCKxe
UK and EU must work together to secure Bright Digital Future- @techUKCEO comments on triggering of Article 50 - https://t.co/AwgBDc5gVg
Ahead of historic triggering of A50 @techUKCEO calls for UK/EU to work together to secure a deal that works for tech https://t.co/GGXNTIFW2j