The IAGI Committee of Experts is made up of a president and five members for each of the branches of knowledge. All of them are researchers of recognised prestige, who address the gender perspective from their respective fields. The composition of the committee created by AVAP is as follows:
- President: Capitolina Díaz Martínez. Professor of Sociology at the University of Valencia. She has been president of the Association of Women Researchers and Technologists (AMIT), director of the Women and Science Unit of the Ministry of Education and Science and director general for Equality in Employment at the Ministry of Equality. Her research focuses on gender and science, gender and employment and gender and methodology in the social sciences.
- Member for Humanities: Mª Isabel Carrera Suárez. Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. Her lines of research focus on contemporary literatures in English and the intersections between postcolonial and gender theories.
- Member Health Sciences: Carme Valls Llobet. Endocrinologist. She has been Professor of Medicine at the University of Barcelona and Director of the Women, Health and Quality of Life Programme at the CAPS Centre for Analysis and Health Programmes, which focuses on research and teaching on health, women and gender issues. She has promoted a network of women health professionals in Spain, the Red-Caps.
- Member Experimental Sciences: Mª Dolores Pereira Gómez. Professor of Petrology and Geochemistry at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Salamanca, within the Department of Geology. Head of the Recognised Research Group “Characterisation of Geomaterials”. Vice-president for Southern Europe of the Heritage Stone Task Group (HSTG) and vice-president of AMIT.
- Member Social Sciences: Mª Ángeles Durán de las Heras. She has been Professor of Sociology at the University of Zaragoza and Chair of the Faculty of Economics at the Autonomous University of Madrid, as well as Research Professor at the CSIC, President of the Spanish Federation of Sociology, and founder and Director of the Institute of Women’s Studies at the Autonomous University of Madrid and of the UNESCO Chair in “Equality Policies”. She is the winner of the Pascual Madoz National Research Award for Social, Economic and Legal Sciences (2002) and Doctor Honoris Causa from the Universities of Valencia, Autónoma de Madrid and Granada.
- Member Engineering: María Villarroya Gaudó. Associate Professor in the area of Computer Architecture and Technology at the School of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Zaragoza. President of the Aragonese Association of Scientific and Technical Women. In 2008 she set up the Gender Equality Observatory of the University of Zaragoza, of which she was the first director. She is a member of the Women and Science Advisory Commission of the Government of Aragon.