Pip Matthews is the Inclusion and Diversity Programme Officer for the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Before taking up feminism professionally, Pip studied chemistry at Durham University, spent time as a technician testing knives and kitchenware in the last vestiges of Sheffield’s steel industry, and worked as a graduate trainee at the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Pip’s hobbies include singing, knitting, and dismantling the patriarchy.
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