Meet the Team
Before founding Navigate Politics, Charles led the Government Affairs function for one of Europe’s largest aerospace manufacturers. He worked for a number of Members of Parliament in the lead up to and during the early years of the Coalition Government, including in the Shadow Cabinet and then Cabinet. He is an avid hiker and cricketer; but will freely admit that, however keen, he is a dreadful batsman.
Andrew joined Navigate in 2018, after completing a Master’s degree in Conflict, Security and Development at the University of Exeter, following an undergraduate degree in Economics and Politics, also at Exeter. At Navigate he primarily leads on work relating to the transport and defence industries. A keen sports fan, Andrew can often be found watching Brighton & Hove Albion, or turning his hand to bowling, mini golf, or the driving range.
Roni joined the team in 2020 after graduating from the University of Birmingham with a degree in Politics. She previously worked as a Parliamentary Intern and was a Brand Manager for a social work charity whilst at university. Within the team, Roni has a particular interest in the housing and education sectors. Outside of work she describes herself as a proud foodie, frequently searching for new dinner-for-breakfast recipes.
Having completed an undergraduate degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Sheffield and a Master’s degree in International Political Economy from the University of Birmingham, Tom joined the Navigate team in 2021. He has a strong interest in international affairs and security, and enjoys work relating to the defence and energy sectors. Alongside work Tom relishes improving his historical knowledge, and is a keen cook and tennis fan.
The self-appointed Chief Morale Officer, Ghillie’s enthusiasm and determination to succeed has seen him hit career heights others only dream of. A fan of hot desking, he chooses a laissez-faire approach to where he sits and what he does in the office. Outside working hours he can be found in a local park or wood covered in mud, or destroying the latest ‘indestructible’ toy purchased for him at great expense.