Jennifer Jill Fellows is a philosophy instructor at Douglas College and academic podcaster. She is also the co-editor of a collection of essays examining technology through an intersectional feminist lens entitled Gender, Sex and Tech!: An Intersectional Feminist Guide published by Canadian Scholars Women’s Press. Her particular research interests are in philosophy of science and technology, social epistemology, feminist philosophy, and practical ethics. Her work has appeared in academic journals such as Perspectives on Science, and Social Epistemology and has been featured on CBC Ideas and CBC Spark. In her spare time, she likes to go hiking, canoeing and camping, and play three-chord songs on her guitar. . . badly.