Jacquelyn Guderley

Cofounder of @Stemettes, inspiring girls into STEM careers. Creating young female entrepreneurs via @OutboxIncubator. Women's Equality Party candidate. Social Entrepreneur. Writer. Feminist.

5 things I learned from listening to others and not myself

Last week I received a phone call that I’d been waiting for. “Private Number” flashed up on the screen less than momentarily before I was phone-to-ear, listening to the voice on the other end. “Hi Jacquelyn, this is Sandi Toksvig ringing… Continue Reading →

Stepping out of your comfort zone… and into another

This post is one of two that I’ve written on standing to be a candidate for the Women’s Equality Party. There’s still time to vote for me to make #genderequality a #reality.  Before I applied to stand as a candidate for… Continue Reading →

I know I’m a feminist, turns out I might be a politician too… but I need your help

I’m standing for candidacy for the Women’s Equality Party. I’m through to the final round and the public now has the chance to vote for me. Here’s why I’m standing – and how you can help me fight for gender equality.  I… Continue Reading →

2015: an experiment in blogging whatever the hell I wanted

Pre-Spiel I’ve been told that I could – or should – exercise a little more caution around the content of my blogs. Depending on where my life takes me, I suppose that one day I may take heed of this… Continue Reading →

Let me tell you something about your impact.

Since I’ve started blogging regularly, I’ve noticed a bit of a change in…well, things. I’ve said it before but in case some of you aren’t the avid followers I’d love you all to be: I write for myself. It feels… Continue Reading →

Why are you asking me to work for free?

Since becoming Co-founder of Stemettes, I have been asked to speak at a number of events. Those events are as broad as they are wide: Mums in Tech, a University’s 13th Anniversary, a Teach First panel, Futr Generation and Lesbians… Continue Reading →

She told me what annoyed her about me – it wasn’t what I expected.

On Thursday of this week, Anne-Marie (my cofounder) and I had a discussion about my salary at the end of one of our bi-weekly Cofounder Catch-ups (I’m calling these CFCUs for when we communicate by text but Anne-Marie says she… Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan: why you cannot remove ‘feminism’ from the A level Politics syllabus

Originally featured on Medium.com: An Open Letter to Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan: why you cannot remove ‘feminism’ from the A level Politics syllabus   Dear Nicky Morgan, It has recently been brought to public attention that the Department… Continue Reading →

On being a campaigner for three and a half days – and counting.

I am writing this off the back of my blog on the UK government’s proposal to remove ‘feminism’ from the A level Politics syllabus. It somehow turned me into a campaigner overnight. This is the story of how and what I have… Continue Reading →

The UK government is trying to remove ‘feminism’ from the A Level Politics syllabus

On 3rd November, the UK government (Department for Education), along with Ofqual, proposed a revised Politics A Level syllabus. The details of the revised syllabus proposal can be found here: Politics – Draft AS and A Level subject content. It… Continue Reading →

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