Page One Female Property Specialist: Charlie Avara, Managing Director, All Done Design

After landing what she thought was her dream job working in TV in the USA Charlie soon realised that she was unfulfilled and that it was time for a complete step change in her career. After talking through what she wanted from her career, a friend suggested that being a Project Manager for a renovations company might just be the perfect fit.

Undeterred by the prospect of rebooting her career, Charlie decided to get stuck in and was soon offered a role in which she could learn on the job and she thrived. When it was time to return home to London, Charlie put her tenacity to work approaching companies about working as a Project Manager. After a meeting with All Done Design, Charlie left with a job offer and is now running the business as Managing Director.

Today All Done Design is among London’s leading design and build providers and works with homeowners, interior designers, and architects delivering exceptional results. Since being established, All Done Design has completed many successful projects in the North London area and specialises in high-end residential refurbishments and Grade II listed buildings.

Throughout her career Charlie has been a passionate advocate of championing women in the construction sector having experienced first hand the lack of diversity the sector is often associated with. Not only does Charlie advocate for more inclusivity within the sector, she also offers her support and advice to women who are considering a career within the industry.

Charlie is always available to other women within the sector. Whether it is career advice, being a sounding board or simply moral support – Charlie is passionate about ensuring that construction is a place in which women can thrive.

Charlie has become a go to contact for leading industry publications. Charlie’s media accomplishments include featuring in titles such as The Times, The Evening Standard, Design and Build UK, Good Housekeeping, 25 Beautiful Homes, Build It and Woman & Home. Whether it is commenting on the issue of gender, addressing challenges facing the sector or providing insights to homeowners, she is seen as the industry leader for many publications seeking expert opinion.




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