Before joining LCF, Harriette was a Grants Officer for the Jack Petchey Foundation, supporting youth organisations and schools across London. Prior to that, she worked with VSO in Zambia on issues around health, youth engagement and women’s rights and has volunteered with a range of organisations focused on crime, corruption, and community development in the UK and overseas. She received a BA (Hons) Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Leeds.
Harriette is one of LCF's Grant Programmes Managers, which means she leads on a portfolio of grant programmes that support grassroots organisations across London to achieve social impact.
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Children & young people and criminal justice
We love London
Harriette finds it hard to pinpoint a singular favourite thing about London, but in light of the recent social measures, it would have to be the people. Walking down any London street (pre-lockdown) and feeling the London buzz...you can't beat it!
Did you know..
Harriette once flew a plane!