Cherish currently works as Communications Officer for the oldest loneliness and technology charity, WaveLength.
Cherish founded and runs www.womenslandarmy.co.uk, an award-winning national website on the work of the British Women’s Land Army during World War One and Two. She regularly gives television, radio interviews, and lectures on the work of the Women’s Land Army.
She graduated with a Distinction in the Modern British History MPhil from Churchill College, Cambridge in July 2018. You can read more about her research on the Churchill College website here. Before this, Cherish graduated with a First Class Honours degree in History from Lucy Cavendish College.
Before studying, Cherish set up her business Cherish Watton Enterprises, which provided project management, evaluation, and PR services for environmental initiatives.