GATE Summer Interns conduct a 3 month long paid internship where they engage with cutting edge research through project management and the preparation of company case studies that offer new insights into the gender and the economy.

2020 GATE Summer Interns

Bashir Chalabi

Bashir Chalabi is a Summer Intern at the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) and an MBA student at the Rotman School of Management. Bashir sees elimination of gender inequality in economy as an integral component of global sustainability agenda. He took assignment with GATE to help improving business community’s awareness about the existing gaps in this field, and to be instrumental in development of tools for their elimination on practice.

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Sonal Gupta

Sonal is a research assistant with GATE for the summer of 2020. She is also pursuing her Masters in Business from the Rotman School of Management and will graduate in 2021.  Through her experience of working with gender related issues she developed a deep interest towards the cause since a very young age. She believes that gender equality involves men as equally as women and both struggle to fit into their respective stereotypical roles created by society. During her tenure at GATE, she co-authored six case studies exploring the various initiatives by businesses to create an unbiased working culture. She aims to continue working on her passion and contribute towards eliminating conscious and unconscious biases in organizations..

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Stephanie Taylor

Stephanie Taylor is a JD/MBA student at the Faculty of Law and is passionate about advocating for gender equality. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Alberta, where she graduated in the top 1.5% of her class. As a solo traveler to over 45 countries, Stephanie has witnessed the various barriers that women and minorities may face within their communities and she has become deeply invested in advancing conversations about these issues. While at Rotman, Stephanie has served as Vice-President of Women’s Affairs for the JD/MBA Students’ Association, acted as a Rotman Scholar for various Economics courses, and was Clinic Director for Artists’ Legal Advice Services, a pro bono legal clinic for Ontario’s artistic community. She has experience working in corporate law and will be joining a New York law firm upon graduation.

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GATE Summer Interns conduct a 3 month long paid internship where they engage with cutting edge research through project management and the preparation of company case studies that offer new insights into the gender and the economy.

2020 GATE Summer Interns

Bashir Chalabi

Bashir Chalabi is a Summer Intern at the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) and an MBA student at the Rotman School of Management. Bashir sees elimination of gender inequality in economy as an integral component of global sustainability agenda. He took assignment with GATE to help improving business community’s awareness about the existing gaps in this field, and to be instrumental in development of tools for their elimination on practice.

Click here to read Bashir's full bio.
Sonal Gupta

Sonal is a research assistant with GATE for the summer of 2020. She is also pursuing her Masters in Business from the Rotman School of Management and will graduate in 2021.  Through her experience of working with gender related issues she developed a deep interest towards the cause since a very young age. She believes that gender equality involves men as equally as women and both struggle to fit into their respective stereotypical roles created by society. During her tenure at GATE, she co-authored six case studies exploring the various initiatives by businesses to create an unbiased working culture. She aims to continue working on her passion and contribute towards eliminating conscious and unconscious biases in organizations..

Click here to read Sonal's full bio.
Stephanie Taylor

Stephanie Taylor is a JD/MBA student at the Faculty of Law and is passionate about advocating for gender equality. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Alberta, where she graduated in the top 1.5% of her class. As a solo traveler to over 45 countries, Stephanie has witnessed the various barriers that women and minorities may face within their communities and she has become deeply invested in advancing conversations about these issues. While at Rotman, Stephanie has served as Vice-President of Women’s Affairs for the JD/MBA Students’ Association, acted as a Rotman Scholar for various Economics courses, and was Clinic Director for Artists’ Legal Advice Services, a pro bono legal clinic for Ontario’s artistic community. She has experience working in corporate law and will be joining a New York law firm upon graduation.

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