Made in Space
Claire is the founder of Olivaw, providing innovation advice around the development of products using cognitive technologies. She helps companies develop products that deliver enhanced customer experiences to long-term impact. Her career spans from BAFTA award-winning video game development to the ethics of innovation via consulting for FTSE 100 companies.
Sherin is the author of four books and a cognitive therapist. The BBC named her one of the most influential women of 2016. She has made it a personal mission to fight norms and prejudices. Working in the crossfire of gender and religion, Sherin advocates for Islamic feminism.
Originally from Canada, Wray has been a producer and presenter on several radio and podcast productions, namely for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and New York Public Radio. She is the creator of a forthcoming interactive documentary series about personal genomics produced by the National Film Board of Canada.
At Made in Space we present three women whose individual practices contribute to a better future. Each speaker uniquely combines ethics and utopian thinking in her work, and thrives in a traditionally male-dominated space. Religion. Tech. Science. While that combination may sound unconventional, our speakers’ three key areas of expertise will converge to crush prejudices and help the audience envision a more equal, progressive and bold future.