Caitlin McGrane is a feminist activist, researcher and academic based in Melbourne, Australia.
I am a PhD candidate in the Digitial Ethnography Research Centre at RMIT University. My doctoral thesis investigates how women feel about their smartphones tracking them everywhere they go.
I work for Gender Equity Victoria leading a project enhancing online safety for women working in the media. I have previously worked as a research assistant with the Women’s Team at the Victorian Trades Hall Council building a website for union members to share stories of tackling gender-based violence at work. I have also taught for several years as a tutor across a range of subjects and study levels in the School of Culture and Communications at The University of Melbourne and Monash University.
I’m a keen trail and long-distance runner, you can follow me on Strava if you like.