Lorraine Charles is a researcher and social entrepreneur. Her primary areas of research are education and livelihoods for refugees, particularly examining the potential of digital livelihoods. She has recently begun exploring the future of work, looking at how digitalisation will impact the way work is viewed and how it will be performed in the future. She is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Na’amal, which facilitates remote work in the digital economy for displaced people. Lorraine is the Digital Solutions Specialist for Finn Church Aid. She is also a member of the MIT ReACT (Refugee Action Hub) Advisory Committee and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) Technical Advisory Committee for ReBuild, their East Africa livelihood programme.