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.
Finally, I'm on Melbourne's 3CR community radio being interviewed about women in philosophy, here (it lasts half an hour). I've also briefly appeared a couple of times on Woman's Hour on Radio 4 (once with Angie Hobbs and once with Jenny Saul) on the same topic.