Meg Perret is a PhD candidate in history of science and women, gender & sexuality studies at Harvard University. She is a recipient of the presidential scholarship, which recognizes the top admitted graduate students at Harvard for their leadership and innovation potential in both public policy and academia. Her dissertation, The Future is Species-Queer: Race, Gender & Sexuality in the Sciences of the Biodiversity Crisis examines the rhetoric, metaphor, and images that scientists use to conceptualize and depict their research on species extinctions. She has worked on several interdisciplinary collaborative projects between feminist scholars and scientists including the Harvard GenderSci lab which critiques sexist science and generates feminist concepts for scientific research on sex, gender, and sexuality. She is a senior fellow with the climate justice organization, Our Climate Voices, where she helps amplify the stories of those most affected by climate change. She graduated with highest honors from UC Berkeley as a triple major in Integrative Biology; Gender and Women’s Studies; and Interdisciplinary Studies: Science, Technology & Society.