to a special breakfast on Friday 12 November
Join us for a morning of networking followed by a panel discussion featuring inspiring female leaders providing their perspectives on achieving economic, cultural 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: Fraser's Kings Park, 60 Fraser Avenue, West Perth
Tickets: $58 per person; $500 for a table of ten
Di is an award-winning radio personality, MC and presenter. With over seventeen years’ experience in radio, Di is engaging, energetic and passionate. As a radio presenter, Di is known on ABC Radio Perth, having lent her voice to Breakfast, Focus, Afternoons, Drive, Saturday Breakfast and the Country Hour. She also works for a variety of rural programs though Western Australia.
Louise Tarrier – Carbon Positive Australia
Louise is the CEO of Carbon Positive Australia, a charity that supports individuals, families and organisations to minimise their impact on the environment by planting Australian native trees on degraded land in Australia. Louise is passionate about the environment and connecting individuals to the land on which they live. Carbon Positive offset donors have helped to fund the planting of nearly 6 million trees over the past 20 years.
Chontarle Bellottie – Bush Heritage Australia
Chontarle is a Wardandi Bibbulmun woman who has over 20 years’ experience in natural and cultural resource management, heritage and interpretive tourism, environmental science and health promotion.
She's a Director of the South West Boodjarah, soon to become the Karri Karrak Aboriginal Corporation and a representative on several Federal and State Government land and water advisory groups and committees. As Bush Heritage's Aboriginal Engagement Manager for WA Chontarle supports staff, volunteers and supporters to strengthen and deepen working relationships with Traditional Owner Groups. Chontarle also leads the development and implementation of policies, procedures and frameworks to support Aboriginal Cultural competency across Bush Heritage and has advised other businesses on cultural competency.
Penny Stonier – Fortescue Metals Group
Penny is Group Manager Funding at Fortescue and is responsible for the design, execution and management of the company's capital structure, including developing Sustainable Financing practises. Penny’s role supports Fortescue Future Industries, which is driving the transition to a green economy through the development of hydrogen power, and significantly reducing society’s reliance on fossil fuels.
Penny is passionate about stakeholder engagement and the role of business working with the community to drive the transformation needed to address climate change.
Bush Heritage acknowledges the Wadjuk Traditional Owners of the Noongar nation, upon whose land the event will take place. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.