Question the professional – Facebook live series

Jun 30, 2020 | Staff | 0 comments

Changing Communities – Changing Perceptions

As society attempts to re-build for a greener, fairer, more resilient economy, professional skills in sustainability are more important than ever in all career choices. We know it can be hard to understand what these skills look like in practice though.

Join our interactive Facebook live sessions to hear from professionals in a range of sectors to see beyond the sustainability stereotypes (e.g. recycling in the workplace) to what system change for sustainability looks like in a variety of different job roles.

Each session will feature a 20 minute conversation hosted by a recent graduate followed by 10 minutes to answer your questions live at the end.

Panel guests this summer:

Lorna Fox – Head of Community Programmes –  Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust – July 2nd 12:30-1pm

Lorna has a background in community engagement and education in the natural environment and leads Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust’s community engagement team in their strategic direction to inspire communities to get out into nature.

Charlie Brunyate – UoG Marketing Management Alumni and consultant – July 9th – 12:30-1pm

Charlie graduated at the start of the last major recession entering a challenging and turbulent jobs market. He has experience of working in recruitment and finance for major firms in London, as well as experience running his own social enterprise and sustainability consultancies focused on long-term value for people and the planet.

Veronica Heaven – expert in sustainability communication and business – July 23rd -12:30-1pm

 Veronica is founder and Director of The Heaven Company, a consultancy specialising in communicating Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability issues helping clients to formulate strategy and effectively implement, measure and report it.

Join and get a notification of the live event by liking our Facebook page here.