Ellen is a PhD student in the Gender Development Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. Her primary research focus is on the construction of gender in traditional Albanian communities where there is a custom of women living as men.
Karly is Co-director of the Gates Cambridge Learning for Purpose Programme and a PhD student in the Gender Development Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. The aim of her PhD project is to investigate innovative ways to reduce gender stereotypes and, ultimately, move findings into practice.
Jac is studying gender development in different cultures as part of her PhD at the Gender Development Research Centre. She is also very interested in statistics and research methods.
Antonia is a PhD student in Psychology at the University of Exeter. Within her research, she investigates men’s support for gender equality. Specifically, she looks at how men can support gender equality, and why they might sometimes be reluctant to do so.
Rebecca is a PhD student at the Centre for Diet and Physical Activity Research at the University of Cambridge. Her research examines the social and economic determinants of health behaviour in relation to chronic disease, with a focus on children and adolescents. She is currently President of the Gates Scholars Council.
Gerardo is a computer scientist and telecommunication engineer focussed on the development of artificial intelligence . The aim of his current research is the emulation and prediction of human behaviour via artificial intelligence.