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Athena Swan Self-assessment Team

Gillian Wylie - Athena Swan Champion/Chair

Gillian is an assistant professor in International Peace Studies and course coordinator for the PG Diploma in Conflict and Dispute Resolution Studies. Much of her teaching and research focuses on gender issues as they shape politics, peace and conflict. She has served on the School of Religion Executive - previously as Head of Discipline in the Irish School of Ecumenics and currently as Global Relations Director for the School of Religion. She's also the mother of three teenage boys.

Dong Jin Kim

Dong Jin is an Irish Research Council Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Co-fund CAROLINE (Collaborative Research Fellowships for a Responsive and Innovative Europe) Fellow at the Irish School of Ecumenics. His CAROLINE research project is entitled 'Comparative Studies on the Peace Processes in Northern Ireland and Korea: Toward Strategic Peacebuilding'. The research is carried out in partnership with Corrymeela, Northern Ireland. He is the father of a teenage boy.

Jacob J Erickson

Jake is Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics in the School of Religion. He's served as Director of Research, chair of the School Research Ethics Committee, and chair of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Faculty Research Ethics Committee. His research focuses on constructive theology and climate change, queer theory and ecological politics. He's passionate about LGBTQ+ justice, and spoke about the intersection of faith and sexuality at the opening of Dublin Pride in 2018.

Katie Dunne

Katie is an assistant professor in Theology. Her research interests focus on gender, sexuality, and human development in theological perspective. She is a College Tutor and strives to maintain a good work-life balance.

Helen Murphy

Helen is a Senior Executive Officer in the School of Religion and administers all MPhil and PhD programmes within the school. She has worked in Trinity College since 2012. Helen has a BA in documentary photography and has an interest in gender representations in art and photography.