to a special breakfast on Wednesday 13 October
Join us for a morning of networking followed by a panel discussion featuring inspiring female leaders providing their perspectives on achieving economic and environmental health.
Businesses that integrate sustainability and natural capital goals into their decision-making are trailblazers in demonstrating that financial reward occurs in conjunction with developing biodiversity and ecosystem resilience.
Time: 7am - 9am, with optional networking to 9.30 am
Place: Hobart Function & Conference Centre, 1 Elizabeth Street Pier, Hobart
Tickets: $47 per person; $400 for a table of ten
Freelance writer, communicator, science advisor - Zoe's work focuses on the environment, ecology and evolution. She has worked in community radio, writes for the ABC Science Unit, The Guardian and was previously assistant director at the Beaker Street Festival, Tasmania's annual celebration of science and art. Zoe spends her time observing the universe and her wonder for it by telling stories of science and nature.
Dr Josie Kelman – Enviro-dynamics
Environmental Scientist - Josie specialises in biodiversity and environmental sustainability, landscape planning, conservation and vegetation management. She has a passion for working on action which leads to positive landscape change, and is also involved in the community Landcare movement in Tasmania.
Rayne van den Berg - Forico
Chief Financial Officer - Rayne has over 20 years experience as a chartered accountant in the primary production, wine, aquaculture and forestry sectors. She has a strong interest in corporate sustainability and recently led the multidisciplinary team to develop Forico’s inaugural Natural Capital Report 2020.
Dr Anh Nguyen – Torchbearer Wines
Entrepreneur, Engineer, Wine Maker - Anh is dedicated to following regenerative and natural farming principles, while employing technology based-solutions and smart biodynamic farming techniques to care for the environment. After years spent in engineering and research, she is pursuing her purpose in life – caring for the land, the environment and its natural world.
Bush Heritage acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal people.
We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.