Charlotte has lived in Ireland since 1997, after graduating from University. She spent two years working in electronics companies gaining training and experience in computers and database programming. She worked as coordinator for People in Need Cork in 2000 and again in 2004. From 2000 – 2003 Charlotte worked for RTE Digital developing her computer expertise further and received training and experience in webdesign.
When RTE’s digital department was terminated she worked in independent television production with Alchemy Electronic Arts. She worked on a children’s art series and a historical documentary. Having started a family, Charlotte has worked freelance doing webdesign, photography, marketing and PR for the past six years. She continues to do work for charity from time to time, including the coordination of a large garden festival in Wexford in 2005 and voluntary fundraising work for Christian Aid in 2011. Charlotte is a keen gardener and cook, with an extensive fruit and vegetable garden to keep her busy between jobs.
Originally from London, Yvette moved to the village of Hartley Wintney in 2006. Before becoming a mum of 3 children, Yvette worked in sales and marketing, notably magazine advertising sales after graduating from Brunel University. This was followed by three years as a recruitment consultant and then five years as a PR consultant, web designer and office manager for a London based webdesign agency, Hyena.
Following on from Hyena, in 2002, Yvette made the choice to become self employed and work from home in order to raise a family. At this present time, in addition to working with Kitto Web Design, Yvette is a mother to three very active children aged, 4, 6 and 9 and is very much involved in her local community. She is treasurer of the PTA of the infant school her daughters attend. Has set up and is a director of the Hartley Wintney Tennis Club. Yvette also is passionate about working with charitable organisations and volunteers her time as treasurer for The Research Institute for Movement Disorders Trust.