I have an interest in the under-representation of women in philosophy (women make up about 25% of permanent academic staff in the UK). Jenny Saul and I wrote a report on behalf of the British Philosophical Association and the Society for Women in Philosophy UK in 2011, which you can read here; the BPA and SWIP (UK) also launched a 'Good Practice Scheme', aimed at encouraging UK philosophy departments and learned societies to reflect and improve on their inclusiveness, in 2013.
I have a paper, 'Women and deviance in philosophy', in a collection edited by Katrina Hutchison and Fiona Jenkins (Women in Philosophy: What Needs to Change?, OUP 2013).
I also have a short post on Lisa Bortolotti's Imperfect Cognitions blog here, and a guest post for The Conversation here. I also feature in a Guardian article on the same topic, which you can read here.