Bristol, UK company eXmoor, a cell and gene therapy (CGT) services company, has added to its senior leadership team with Charlotte Nodwell as HR manager.
Charlotte joins eXmoor as it embarks on an ambitious growth journey, following its recent investment of £12m ($17m) from specialist healthcare investment firm MVM Partners. Nodwell with therefore manage all HR and recruitment processes whilst the company expands.
For the past four years, Nodwell held various positions at the Ministry of Defence (MoD) where she led HR projects including taking the role of transformation lead, policy manager and case work team leader.
Last year Charlotte was the HR project manager and resourcing lead for the creation of the COVID-19 facility NHS Nightingale hospital in Bristol on behalf of the MoD.
Before the NHS Nightingale project, Charlotte was transformation lead at the MoD, in its HR department. As transformation lead Charlotte managed HR initiatives which enabled the team to create a range of HR business services which looked at training and development of the MoD’s employees.
eXmoor has expanded rapidly over the last five years, developing a portfolio of clients across the UK and internationally, completing over 400 projects across 15 countries to date. In 2017, the company added process development laboratories to its consultancy base, with world leading expertise in viral vector process development. Today, eXmoor’s team of scientists, consultants and engineers delivers end-to-end CGT biomanufacturing projects, supporting businesses in commercialising research processes and developing fully licensed facilities.