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Charlotte Ross Stewart

Charlotte may be the youngest member of the team, but she is a storyteller wise beyond her years. Tasked with sharing the stories that flow out of Angama on social media, blogs and beyond, her love of people, literature and nature make this the perfect role for her.
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A Palace for the People 14 January 2023 Renovating, restocking, restoring – it's all in a day's work for the people at Book Bunk as they reimagine libraries all across Nairobi By Charlotte Ross Stewart
A Sunday Excursion From Nairobi 4 November 2022 Keen to explore more of Kenya, Charlotte organised a leisurely day trip — and got a bit more than she bargained for By Charlotte Ross Stewart
About a Bead 14 October 2022 It's not just pretty colours and intricate patterns — there's a lot more to this age-old tradition By Charlotte Ross Stewart
This Week at Angama #236 12 August 2022 Warthog eating wildebeest and the possible return of Shujaa — Charlotte and the team capture an intriguing week in the Mara By Charlotte Ross Stewart
The Green Heart of Uganda 29 July 2022 While the name Bwindi Impenetrable Forest promises all sorts of unfathomable adventures, somehow it's the forest that finds a way into your heart By Charlotte Ross Stewart
Seeds of Change 15 July 2022 Can you teach conservation? With a new educational programme rolling out in 13 nearby schools, the Angama Foundation aims to find out By Charlotte Ross Stewart
An Introduction to Amboseli 24 June 2022 It was with great zeal that Charlotte researched Amboseli and Kimana Sanctuary in advance of our groundbreaking. Here are some of her findings By Charlotte Ross Stewart
This Week at Angama #211 18 February 2022 If you weren't in the Mara Triangle this week you can join Charlotte as she travels vicariously through imagery and video By Charlotte Ross Stewart
Shoot Not the Iguana 18 January 2022 Charlotte discovers that despite the divide between a colonial coffee-growing settler and a Gen Z digital marketer, many of Out of Africa's sentiments and lessons still ring true By Charlotte Ross Stewart
A Maasai Graduation 23 November 2021 Charlotte follows Azei down the road to Lolgorien to attend a very important ceremony at the Maasai Education Centre By Charlotte Ross Stewart
This Week at Angama #198 19 November 2021 Record-breaking numbers of male lions, endangered white-headed vultures and hyena feasts mark yet another brilliant week at Angama By Charlotte Ross Stewart
Eat Pray Love – The Angama Way 10 August 2021 Elizabeth Gilbert had to travel all over the world to accomplish these three things, but all Charlotte needed was just two weeks, a COVID test and some very stretchy jeans By Charlotte Ross Stewart
Mampoer in the Mara 3 August 2021 Having celebrated the cultural heritage of the four main regions of Kenya, it was time to turn our focus to the southern tip of the continent, celebrating the South African branch of the Angama family By Charlotte Ross Stewart
When Lengishu Came to Stay 20 July 2021 Angama loves nothing more than opening our doors to all – this time, to our new friends from up north By Charlotte Ross Stewart
This Week At Angama #179 9 July 2021 It’s high season at the lodge and everyone is running to and fro, but like time, the Mara waits for no one. To the relief of those of us sitting in cities with pigeons and pomeranians, here is our wildlife fix By Charlotte Ross Stewart
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