Kathleen Rose is a recent Political Science graduate from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She is an advocate and researcher with PEN Canada and the UK Law Society, as well as a writer for Peace Child International. Kathleen Rose is an avid athlete, a violinist for 14 years and has recently accepted an offer to study law in the UK. Having travelled to over 30 countries, she is passionate about human rights and global health, and is thrilled to be part of the IWI team.
Uwana is the Social Media Specialist for IWI, She received a B.SC in Mass Communication from the University of Lagos, Nigeria and is currently studying for her master’s at the National Open University of Lagos. Uwana is currently working at Total E & P Nigeria as a Communications Specialist on contract. She has previously worked with different print media as a journalist, loves writing and is passionate about children and gender equality.
Catherine has been working in insight teams for 5 years and has seen the insurgence (and need) for digital measurement. She’s been incorporating digital measurement and social reporting into her last two roles, where she has been working with big news brands. Catherine’s looking to enhance her measurement skills at IWI and ensure they know how to track and interpret their social performance. She is also excited about unleashing her creativity into posts and the over-arching social strategy for IWI.
Catherine believes in equality. Whether it was being part of a team at university to set-up a third wave feminist society – where she championed the importance of understanding and shedding light on women’s issues outside of the UK, or starting up a blog to highlight more everyday female experiences in the 2010s. She’s interested in trying to connect with people and their stories.