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Sascha Gill

Sascha has worked on gender equality issues since completing an MSc in Development Studies at SOAS. Having previously worked in the tourism industry, Sascha currently works for Plan International – one of the largest girls rights’ charities in the world. Whilst studying for her MSc, Sascha researched women’s contributions to India’s farmers’ protest and continues to attend seminars on progress towards achieving gender equality in South Asia.
Before entering the development sector, Sascha worked in the tourism industry and studied for a Postgraduate Certificate in Responsible Tourism Management. During her time in the industry, Sascha spent 3 months working on a project to improve women’s livelihoods in rural Cambodia and visited female-headed tourism businesses across Turkey. She is extremely passionate about women’s empowerment in local communities across the world.
As a communications professional with digital expertise, Sascha champions the role that digital communications can play in amplifying marginalised voices and looks forward to raising Equality in Tourism’s profile.

Sascha Gill

Sascha has worked on gender equality issues since completing an MSc in Development Studies at SOAS. Having previously worked in the tourism industry, Sascha currently works for Plan International – one of the largest girls rights’ charities in the world. Whilst studying for her MSc, Sascha researched women’s contributions to India’s farmers’ protest and continues to attend seminars on progress towards achieving gender equality in South Asia.
Before entering the development sector, Sascha worked in the tourism industry and studied for a Postgraduate Certificate in Responsible Tourism Management. During her time in the industry, Sascha spent 3 months working on a project to improve women’s livelihoods in rural Cambodia and visited female-headed tourism businesses across Turkey. She is extremely passionate about women’s empowerment in local communities across the world.
As a communications professional with digital expertise, Sascha champions the role that digital communications can play in amplifying marginalised voices and looks forward to raising Equality in Tourism’s profile.
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