Minorities In STEM is made possible by the hard work and dedication of some incredible individuals working across academia, industry and public engagement.
Alex Lathbridge is a Biochemistry PhD student at the University of Bath. He is an award-winning science communicator and hosts the The Large Stand-Up Collider – a science comedy event at the Science Museum’s 18+-only Lates Night. You can find out more on his website.
Hana Ayoob is the Programme Manager for the Cheltenham Science Festival. Hana loves being able to use her creativity, passion for science and epic organisation skills to create events, which inspire and entertain diverse audiences. In her spare time, Hana is a mixed media artist working in ink, paint, collage and more. You can find out more about her over on her website.
Yolanda Ohene is a PhD student in Biomedical Imaging at UCL. She is a BBC Expert Voice and an avid science communicator at festivals, schools and events.
Oz Ismail is a PhD student studying neuroscience at UCL. He has worked and studied across 4 academic institutions and accumulated nearly 10 years of research experience. Oz has a keen interest in science communication and has participated in various science events at festivals, schools and museums.
Tiv Balendra is a Systems Integrator and Software Engineer at BAE Systems. He is also a leading part of BAE Naval Ships D&I BAME Steering Committee.