Charlotte Brunnström

BIOGRAPHY

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Charlotte Brunnström is Program Manager at the H&M Foundation
where she has worked since 2014. She is responsible for various
collaborations, mainly within the Education focus area.


In her role, Charlotte identifies relevant partners as well as
initiates, implements, develops and evaluates collaborations and
projects among other things.
Prior to that, her experience from the H&M Group comes from her
work in the Sustainability Department where she was responsible
for H&M’s community investment. One of her main roles was being
responsible for the “All for Children” concept; projects with the
aim to improve the situation for children in cotton producing areas
in India as well as in the slums around Dhaka, Bangladesh.


Charlotte has experience from working at Sida (The Swedish
International Development Cooperation Agency) as well as at
international NGOs. She has also worked with “Världens Barn” at Radiohjälpen; a Swedish national campaign that
aims to give children safer environments as well as opportunities to go to school.
Charlotte has an extensive education within the fields of human rights, international relations and political
science. She has studied and done internships abroad; in Bosnia, Spain, Austria and the UK. In addition to her
studies she has been engaged in various non-profit organizations as volunteer.


ABOUT H&M FOUNDATION


The H&M Foundation is a non-profit global foundation, privately funded by the Stefan Persson family, founders
and main owners of H&M. Its mission is to drive long lasting positive change and improve living conditions by
investing in people, communities and innovative ideas. Through partnerships with organizations around the globe,

the H&M Foundation drives change within four focus areas; Education, Water, Equality and Planet. In addition to
this, the Foundation can also provide emergency relief. Since 2013, the Stefan Persson family has donated 1.5
billion Swedish kronor (USD 200 million/EUR 163 million) to the Foundation.
For further information, visit hmfoundation.com.