What does ‘Valuing inclusion, inspiring change’ mean to people in our industry who are embracing innovation and inclusion in their workplaces? What challenges have they overcome to get where they are? Deep dive into diversity at our special networking breakfast on Day 2 of our 4th Water Sensitive Cities Conference, to be held in Brisbane from 26–28 March. This will be a fascinating session that will inspire you to create change.
Hear the personal and professional journeys of your industry colleagues, as they tell their story and answer your questions:
- Terri Benson, Managing Director and Executive Director, South East Water
- Professor Vicki Chen, Executive Dean of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology, The University of Queensland
- Sally Boer, E2Designlab and Vice President, Stormwater Queensland
- Pablo Orams Witting, Senior Project Officer, International WaterCentre.
The ‘Valuing inclusion, inspiring change’ networking breakfast is an excellent opportunity to meet with and learn from others in our industry.
Event facilitator, Dr Sandra Hall, Advanced Water Management Centre at UQ and Board Member of the Australian Water Association, said: ‘Diversity and inclusion are about how we respect and empower people. People are different in so many ways, beyond their physical appearances, and we are united under a mutual goal within the water sector to innovate and create a sustainable future for our communities.
‘I hope all attendees of this breakfast will be inspired to build inclusive workplaces creating change,’ she said.
The networking breakfast will kick off Day 2 of our packed three-day conference program.
The 2019 Water Sensitive Cities Conference will be held at the Brisbane Mercure Hotel, 85–87 North Quay, Brisbane, Queensland. Registration closes Monday 15 March 2019. Contact the Conference Manager, Lorena Taylor, at the CRCWSC on +61 7 3365 7517 or via email email@example.com if you need more information.