I regularly speak at professional events about event development, science communication and diversity. Get in touch if you’d like to chat about an event.
Annual Policy Impact & Public Engagement Conference, 17th September, Nottingham University
Delivered a session on Science Festivals
The BIG Event 2018, 18-20th July 2018, Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium
Delivering four sessions with collaborators – Science and art, using crafts in scicomm, building a diversity toolkit and Minorities in STEM.
Expanding Diversity, 10th July 20018, UCL, London
The Art of Conversation, 28th June 2018, UCL, London
London SciComm Symposium 2018, 15th June 2018, Queen Mary University of London
Talking about personal and professional motivations for being involved in science communication as part of the “But why?” session
Develop Your SciComm Career, 14th June 2018, Queen Mary University of London
Hosting a day of talks and discussions on careers in SciComm. Hana also programmed this event.
Diversity in STEM Skills Day, 1st June 2018, Royal Institution, London
Hosting a day of talks and discussions on diversity in Science Communication. Hana also programmed this day.
UK Science Festivals Network Conference, 9th November 2017, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
Spoke about ‘Diversity on the Stage’ and joined a panel discussion about programming Science Festivals.
Talking Maths in Public 2017, 1st September 2017, Bath University
Chaired discussion session about maths outreach at science festivals and events.
Hidden Figures screening & discussion, 30th August 2017, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London
Took part in a panel discussion about women of colour in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) following a screening of Hidden Figures
Minorities in STEM launch & networking event, 30th August 2017, Wellcome Trust, London
Spoke about diversity at science festivals and other events. Programmed the line up of speakers.
London SciComm Symposium 2017, 11th May 2017, Blizard Institute, London
Talked about ‘A Year in the Life of a Science Festival’ and joined a panel discussion about the formal SciComm sector.