GODESS Institute Secretariat
Co-Coordinator, GODESS Institute
PhD Student, Management and Organisation, Hanken School of Economics
Inkeri Tanhua is a PhD candidate in Management and Organization at Hanken. In her dissertation, she examines the mechanisms that cause occupational gender segregation, particularly in the context of vocational education. Previously, Tanhua has worked as a gender equality and diversity consultant and conducted several reports about gender equality and diversity. Her earlier educational qualifications include M.S.Sc. with a major in gender studies from Linköping University and M.Sc. (Econ.) from Turku School of Economics. Inkeri’s research interests include gender equality and diversity at work, non-binary gender, gender and technology, intersectionality, and intersection of gender and migration at work.
Trainee, GODESS Institute
Valentina has been working as a trainee for GODESS Institute since September 2021, and her internship will last until November 2021. She is currently assisting GODESS within the coordination team and assisting GODESS researchers.
Valentina is performing her internship while being an undergraduate student at the University of Bologna in contemporary history. Previously she spent her second year of studies at Univerzita Karlova in Prague, still focusing on contemporary history and gender history.
Her main interest is the historical development of gender equality policies, mainly tackled from a cross-national perspective.