Charlotte Watiez


Charlotte Watiez is passionate about the role of the private sector in multilateral institutions and corporate diplomacy. She brings intellectual curiosity and a breadth of knowledge in building global partnerships to her work. She has experience working with the life sciences, medical technology, financial services, transportation, publishing, technology, energy, and entertainment sectors.

At Crowell & Moring International (CMI), Charlotte’s areas of focus include building international public-private partnerships and advising clients on global health and workforce development & digital readiness policy, as well as international scientific collaboration.

Prior to joining CMI, Charlotte served as corporate relations manager at Meridian International Center, a nonpartisan diplomacy center in Washington, DC, where she led private-sector engagement strategy and business development for the Meridian Corporate Council and Responsible Business Diplomacy Initiative.

Originally from New York City, Charlotte is a French-American dual citizen who speaks fluent French and is conversational in Spanish. She is pursuing her Master of Arts in international business and policy from Georgetown University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from The George Washington University.

Charlotte currently serves as the Vice President of Elections of Women in International Trade (WIIT).


The George Washington University, B.A. anthropology