Shining a spotlight on some of our many inspirational female staff, students and alumni
Eco-entrepreneur: meet Ecoware founder, alumna Rhea Singhal
Rhea Singhal, Founder and CEO of Ecoware – India’s first and largest sustainable food packaging company – tells us about her move from Pharmacology to environmentally friendly tableware, what she learned from her time at Bristol, and how to confidently follow your passion.
Eboni Beckford-Chambers on Commonwealth gold
We speak to Eboni Beckford-Chambers, Law School alumna and Commonwealth Games gold medallist, about keeping calm under pressure, how she's managed to pursue both a busy sporting and a legal career - and why her mum's her inspiration.
From Bristol to BBC World News America anchor
‘Britain and Bristol gave me roots, and America gave me wings'. As part of our Alumni and Friends' Made in Bristol interview series, alumna Laura Trevelyan discusses how her career took her from Bristol to BBC World News America Anchor.
Goh Siu Lin: the first woman to become Chairman of the Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee
Goh Siu Lin (LLB 1993) takes us on a journey from Bristol to Malaysia, showing us how she got to where she is today as the first woman to become Chairman of the Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee.
Bristol alumni smash rowing world record
Flo Ward and Hannah Walton, along with friend Georgie Leech, completed an awe-inspiring 3,000 mile crossing of The Atlantic in 52 days, 4 hours and 57 minutes.
The view from here: reflections from NUS VP Hillary Gyebi-Ababio
Hillary Gyebi-Ababio (BSc 2019), the current NUS Vice-President, reflects on how students have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, and how the national student body are responding to these major global issues.
The students making period poverty history
Students Ella Lambert and Oliwia Geisler launched a non-profit organisation which has ended period poverty for hundreds of women in refugee camps – and they are only just getting started.
The pandemic, gender in the workplace, and law
In this video, Law School alumna and trainee solicitor Eve Cornwell speaks to Professor Joanne Conaghan for an in-depth look at the effect of Covid-19 on work, including the challenges and triumphs for working women during the pandemic.