On 3 September Dr Ann Olivarius, Senior Partner at McAllister Olivarius, was interviewed on BBC Radio 4's morning programme 'Woman's Hour'. She was asked about her participation in the landmark case Alexander v Yale, and the impact that this case has had on our understanding of sexual harassment and the laws put in place to curb it.
Ann also discussed her time at Oxford University which she attended as one of the first female Rhodes Scholars. She has since created a research project examining how the lives and career trajectories of the women who have passed through this programme can illuminate the status of women in general. To find out more about The Rhodes Project you can visit its website where you can read profiles of Scholars and keep up to date with its research.
Ann also had the opportunity to share some of the work that she has been doing as a board member of Women Moving Millions, a global collective of women who have individually pledged $1m or more for the advancement of women and girls worldwide.
To listen to the full interview, please visit the BBC iPlayer here. The interview starts at 25 minutes past the hour.