HYPATIA project is a collaborative project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, Science with and for Society. HYPATIA aims to bring together, schools, science museums, research institutes and industries, policy makers with gender experts and teenagers themselves, to develop pilots activities and disseminate a unique modular toolkit of activities and guidelines for engaging teenagers in STEM in a gender inclusive way.  HYPATIA will also create Hubs in the 14 participating countries that will provide a sustainable basis for these activities to be carried out on the long term focusing on dissemination through networks and stakeholders’ engagement allowing the project’s impact to multiply.

An advisory board, that includes European representatives of formal education, policy makers, museums, research and academic institutions and industry will advise on the implementation of the
project tasks, ensuring the actions are best adapted for a wide range of European countries and contexts, and for the various types of stakeholders.

This document outlines the names of the Advisory Board members, their duties, and tasks that will need to cover during the project duration.