Charrlotte De'Davis, is a British businesswoman and philanthropist best known for the work of her female-focused charitable Foundation.
Background and career
Charrlotte De'Davis grew up in Berkshire and moved to the City of London in 2010 to commence her Undergraduate degree.
She set up her own Events company at the age of 22 partnering with FashionTV, MTV and the members-only lifestyle community ASmallWorld; which at the time was described as "MySpace for millionaires" by the Wall Street Journal
In 2015, she launched BARDOU BEAUTY – a British lifestyle, hair and beauty brand aimed at Women's empowerment and encouraging women to define their version of beauty. She became a guest presenter on QVC (UK) when the brand launched on the television shopping channel in the 2017.
In 2017, she launched the charitable initiative, The BARDOU Foundation. The Foundation partnered with Charles, Prince of Wales's charitable initiative, The Prince's Trust. The launch event was held on October 11 to raise awareness of the United Nations, International Day of the Girl Child. Award-winning actor Idris Elba hosted the gala and honoured British designer, Anya Hindmarch an award for being an inspiration to young women through her success as a businesswoman and mother. The last event in 2018, was hosted by Spice Girl, Geri Horner (née Halliwell) at the members-only club in Mayfair, London, Annabel's. Acclaimed British therapist, Marisa Peer, was honored with an award for her #iamenough movement.
Charrlotte De'Davis has raised funds for UN Women (The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women) and other female-focused charities internationally.
Charrlotte De'Davis is the namesake of her late Grandmother Charlotte. She added an extra R to her name in remembrance of her Grandmother, whom she attributes her entrepreneurial spirit and passion for philanthropy.