Douglas is an experienced educator with a demonstrated history of working in the further and higher education sector. His areas of interest include STEM, innovation, digital disruption, educational policy, technology enhanced learning and gender equality issues. He is currently the STEM and Innovation Lead at City of Glasgow College having previously acted as the College’s Industry Academy Head for STEM. Douglas holds a Masters Degree in Educational Technology and is a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) candidate researching gender, habitus and occupational segregation at the University of Strathclyde. He is a Fellow of Institute for Innovation and Knowledge Exchange (FIKE), Scottish Director of the Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange and co-founder of UNITE GLOBAL, a charitable organisation designing assistive aids for disabled children and victims of humanitarian disasters. Douglas is a member of the Board of Management at Glasgow City of Science and Innovation, an associate staff member at the Universities of Stirling and Dundee and has recently been appointed to the Core Skills Development Team at the National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland. He also holds advisory positions at the Royal Society of Edinburgh (gender), Scottish Funding Council (gender) and Skills Development Scotland (gender).