The combination of entertainment, health and well-being are all positive outputs of sport.
Yet gender imbalances in professional playing careers, governance, media coverage, coaching and participation continues.
Gender is often the first category we use for identifying people.
Typical constructions of masculinity, femininity, queer and transgender identities are often misconstrued in media content and do not reflect society.
Leadership & Management
The workplace is a dynamic environment which is constantly changing.
It is important for organisations to understand how gender impacts on all aspects of management, enterprise and innovation.
Barriers for Women Barristers in UK (2016)
Diversity and Training Programme Law Firm - ongoing
UNESCO Global Gender and Media Alliance - Partner
London Olympics 2012 - Media Research - The Circus Comes to Town (2013)
Commonwealth Games Glasgow, Gender and Media Coverage (2015)
What Women Want research and campaign (2016 ongoing)
GoGolf Europe - Advisory Services 2014 ongoing
GUERREIRASPROJECT (Brazil) - Strategic support and toolkit development
Scottish Women in Sport - Speaker at Inaugural Conference 2014
European Leadership in Sport - Forthcoming 2017 - Routledge
Seven Faces of Women in Sport - forthcoming book 2018
Leadership and Management
Gender, Competition and Management, Palgrave McMillan (2012)
GUERREIRASPROJECT (Brazil) - Strategic support and toolkit development (2013 ongoing)
What Could I Be? (UK) - Planning and development of careers education materials for young people
Voices in the Dark: Experiences of Women with Womb Cancer (2013)
Gender Workshops for Trainers in Schools
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