Charlotte Henry
media commentator; author, Not Buying It

Charlotte Henry is a journalist, broadcaster and communications professional.  She has worked both freelance and on the staff for a variety of major publications. These include City A.M., the Spectator, the Independent on Sunday, CapX, Computer Business Review, and the MacObserver.

At all these publications, she has worked to highlight and explain the collision between technology, politics and the media.

Charlotte has appeared as a pundit on broadcast media, discussing key breaking stories on Sky News, BBC News and a range of regional and national radio stations, as well as doing newspaper reviews.

She has also worked on a variety of political campaigns, advising on digital communication. Charlotte has twice been a candidate herself, running unsuccessfully for the London Assembly and as a local councillor for the Liberal Democrats. Prior to that she held senior roles in the party’s youth wing.

Charlotte grew up in north London, where she still lives. In her spare time she is a long suffering fan of Tottenham Hotspur, and a lover of rock, dance, and heavy metal music. She is also battling an addiction to crime novels. Not Buying It will be Charlotte’s first book.