Rachel Hamilton is a project coordinator in the Co-Existence team at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. Working on the Institute’s Compass project, she coordinates the project activities, working with schools, universities and professional female mentors. Her current focus is on implementing a new youth-advocacy component for Compass to amplify the voices of the young women on the project.
Rachel also works on the Institute’s leading education programme, Generation Global. There, she facilitates videoconferences for students around the world on topics including identity, female empowerment and medical ethics.
Rachel joined the Institute after graduating with a degree in philosophy from the University of Warwick, where she specialised in climate-change ethics. Passionate about youth empowerment, Rachel has previously worked with young people from various socio-economic backgrounds and differing abilities. Interested in social mobility, she has also been involved with projects for people who are vulnerably housed in a voluntary capacity.