Photograph of Charles Fattorini

Charles Fattorini retired from the British Army in April 2018 where he had an operationally focused career across the globe. He has extensive exposure in high-threat environments with considerable experience at international, diplomatic, ministerial and head of state engagement. His last appointment was on secondment to the Sultanate of Oman as a security and defence advisor and head of the UK military mission. He has held numerous leadership roles and has broad managerial experience within both MOD and FCO.  He has a Masters in Military Studies and is a Fellow of the Chartered Managers Institute.

Charles’s interest in Wiltshire Wildlife Trust started when he commanded one of the operational training units on Salisbury Plain which had to have a close relationship with Natural England, Defence Estates and a host of wildlife volunteers.

In semi-retirement he runs his own consultancy and a small-holding in Somerset and is a Trustee for The National Muslim War Memorial Trust.  He is a member of the British Deer Society and Somerset Wildlife Trust.  He is married to Cecilia, an artist, and they have two children.