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Seeds of Change Research Associate
Chelsey Hauge is an educational researcher at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research and the Center for the Advancement of Women’s Leadership. She works primarily on the Seeds of Change Initiative, which aims to intervene in debates around how to support girls’ leadership capacities, particularly as they relate to gendered experiences of STEM and technology learning. Chelsey’s research centers on the intersection of literacies, media networks, and girlhood, especially insofar as media engagement can shape social justice learning. Recent projects have focused on how girl activists rely on social media in order to build widespread girl movements and on the media literacy initiatives of development agencies that aim to equip young people with the civic skills necessary to do community development work.
Chelsey holds a PhD in Language and Literacy Education from the University of British Columbia, an MA in Media Studies from The New School, and a BA in Gender Feminist Studies and Spanish from Pitzer College.