For impactful communication and commercialisation of science

Founder of a social enterprise and leading entrepreneurship development programmes

In 2018 I founded She Speaks Science to build a positive STEM idenity among the youth and promote women scientists. Supported by University of Cambridge and the International Astronomical Union, She Speaks Science has grown into a global enterprise across 130+ countries. Our storytellers write about their STEM research in the monthly publication, Scheherazade, offered in five languages. PENTA is our unique mentorship programme for women and girls. We also run fun and engaging storytelling workshops at schools.

I'm committed not only to the communication of science but also to its commercialisation so that we bring its benefits to those who need it.

At Cambridge Judge Business School Entrepreneurship Centre I lead EnterpriseTECH, a programme that provides impactful entrepreneurial opportunities for academics to thrive beyond the lab.

She Speaks Science

A global and multi-lingual social enterprise sparking the interest of young people in STEM and promoting women and minority scientists through storytelling and mentorship.

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An entrepreneurship development programme with lectures, workshops, and a team project investigating the commercialisation potential of an early-stage deep tech innovation.

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Consultant on space science and storytelling. Helped innovative businesses bring space science into their products, services and even marketing strategies.


Founder and Executive Director of She Speaks Science. I also lead entrepreneurship education programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Public Speaking

“Words are events. They do things, change things”. I speak on astrophysics, entrepreneurship, STEM, education and storytelling so that things can change (for the better!).

Space Research

My research contributed to the understanding of how stars live and evolve, chemically enrich their Galaxies, and interact with nearby companions.

In the Media

Profiled in media including BBC Future, Room Space Journal and various podcasts. Featured as "Modern Muse for Astronomy" by London magazine Postscript.