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Marched for social change
Marched in the Global Climate Strike in Berlin organized by Fridays For Future
Marched for social change
Marched in the first ever Pride Parade in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mar 07, 2017
Founded a charity
Hosted an Event
Engaged in activism
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Inspired by my grandfather's aunt, Judge Mary O'Toole (see who founded the Women's City Club of Washington, D.C. in 1919, I organised an event for women in research and academia on Tuesday 7th March 2017 to celebrate International Women's Week. The discussion focused on the experiences of women in academia and research, including topics such as: imposter syndrome, visibility of female experts in the public, parenting while working on research contracts (maternity leave, child care, etc.).

This event was a huge success, which prompted me to organise a series of seminars for women (and other under-represented groups, including genderfluid and non-binary people) in the research and academic community, with the support of Trinity Centre for Gender Equality and Leadership. Seminar topics have included research communication to non-scientific audiences, the representation of women in politics, and the position of women as experts in the media.

The appetite for these seminars has been such that I, with the support of some other early career researchers, established a Women In Research Ireland group to ensure the longevity of the event programme. See the WIRI Twitter account ( and the WIRI website ( for updates.
Onboarding a Treasurer
Worked for an NGO
Treasurer of Dr Saleh Ahmed Foundation
Featured as a writer
Published a newsletter
Wrote an article
Annual report
Worked for an NGO
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Neue Aufgaben in einem der national größten Branchenverbände. Zuständig für die gesamte IT-Technologie, Tarifrecht, Verkehrspolitik, PR, Marketing, Betreuung der Stakeholders, Unterstützung der Mitarbeiter und Geschäftsleitung in Fragen der Software, Hardware, Anwendungen
Engaged in environmental activism
Released a dozen monarchs into the wild.

This was my first year breeding caterpillars. In the beginning of the season, my tropical milkweed plants suffered from pests such as aphids and Tachinid flies, and the survival rate was about 50%. After switching over to native milkweed (now recommended by Monarch conservation organizations instead of tropical variants), and utilizing the floral tube method, the survival rate of the next cohort increased to 92%.

Next year I plan on scaling up my operation and looking more closely for eggs and instar1s in the garden. It's a lot of fun and pretty easy to get started!