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The Young Professionals -


Meet the Committee

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Charlotte Moss

With a passion to make a difference, Charlotte has sustainable development goals aligned with her core values. Charlotte is determined to connect, empower and build the skills of young professionals to achieve the United Nations Mission by leading the Western Australia Young Professional committee.


Charlotte is an engineering and leadership professional delivering a technical, complex and safety-critical multi-million-dollar portfolio within the mining and rail industry. Charlotte has over 11 years of experience in the industry, a Bachelor of Engineering and a Master of Business Law. Her experience working overseas in Russia, India, Sweden and Finland provides a strong cultural awareness and insight into global issues.


Previously recognized by the UNAA WA for her work in gender diversity, Charlotte is determined to create awareness of existing issues and make a change. Charlotte received the Women in Technology Western Australia Award (WiTWA) in 2021 for her impact on the industry and her community.

Meet the Committee

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Events Manager

Ashton Warrick 

Ashton is an Organisational Psychologist with a Master of Applied Psychology (Organizational) and a Director at ORGsight, a Perth-based consultancy specialising in organisational behaviour, development, and custom assessments.

With extensive consulting experience across various industries, including mining, health, education, and legal sectors, Ashton brings expertise in culture, leadership, strategy, inclusion and diversity, and stakeholder and community engagement.

At ORGsight, Ashton leads the development and facilitation of inclusion and diversity initiatives and enjoys helping organisations develop and implement best practice inclusion programs, bettering the lived experiences of their LGBTQ+ employees.

Ashton is also a Director of Pride Professionals, an organisation that facilitates an annual LGBTQ+ Mentoring Program in Perth and launching in Brisbane in 2023. The program supports LGBTQ+ identifying mentees through career guidance and direction, by sharing mentor/mentee experiences, developing goals and forging exceptional mentoring relationships. When not working, Ashton devotes her time to volunteer board and committee roles and spending quality time with her nieces and nephews.

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