Dr Jill Armstrong
Dr Jill Armstrong led the ‘Collaborating with Men’ action research programme at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge where she was a Bye -Fellow. Jill published a number of reports from this research including “Everyday Workplace Inclusion". Jill writes and speaks on inclusion and gender. She wrote “Like Mother, Like Daughter?: How career women influence their daughters’ ambition”, published in 2017 by Policy Press. Her second book, ”The Accidental Sexist”, written with Gary Ford and Stephen Koch, is scheduled to be published in April 2021. Jill has run many workshops (online and in the room) on how to call out accidental sexism and how to act in more inclusive ways.