Gareth Gingell is a doctoral candidate in STEM Education at the University of Texas at Austin. His research focuses on race, equity and power in STEM spaces, particularly in medical education and pre-health. He currently works as a graduate research assistant at Dell Medical School working on projects in both graduate and undergraduate medical education. Prior to his time at UT, Gareth attended medical school at Baylor College of Medicine and taught Biology and Anatomy in high school for eight years. Gareth also serves as the executive advisor for ATX Scioly, the Science Olympiad group at UT Austin, where he helps organize STEM experiences for middle and high school student from across Texas. He has received the Outstanding Teaching Award for Biology Instruction, and was awarded a Longhorn New Scholars Fellowship and the University of Texas Dissertation Writing Fellowship.