To a special breakfast on Tuesday 22 October
Join us to hear from inspiring women working in the diverse areas of sustainable farming, wildlife conservation and corporate responsibility as we examine how we can build a more resilient future by working together.
Welcome to Country: Millie Ingram, Wiradjuri Elder
Heather Campbell, Chief Executive, Bush Heritage Australia
Dr Ann Jones, Presenter and Producer, ABC Radio National's Off Track
Christina Tonkin, Managing Director, Loans and Specialised Finance, ANZ
Director, Farmers for Climate Action
Anika is a passionate advocate for sustainable farming, conservation and climate change action. She was 2015 Young Farmer of the Year, a 2017 NSW Finalist for Young Australian of the Year, and, most recently, received the 2018 Green Globe Award for Young Sustainability Champion.
Executive Manager - South East, Bush Heritage Australia
Jody leads a team of ecologists and land managers looking after 320,000 hectares of Australian bush. With over 20 years’ experience in wildlife conservation, Jody has worked with the Jane Goodall Institute in Tanzania, developed joint management plans with Traditional Owners and wrote her PhD on human-elephant conflict.
Head of Environmental Sustainability, ANZ
Melissa’s role has seen her oversee the largest, by dollar value, private property acquisition for agri-conservation purposes in Australia. She also executed ANZ’s inaugural renewable energy power purchase agreement and established an environmental employee engagement program across 46,000 staff in 34 countries.
Date: Tuesday 22 September
Time: 7–9 am, with optional networking to 9.30 am
Place: Botanic House Restaurant, Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: $78 per person; $600 for a table of eight
Bush Heritage acknowledges the Gadigal Traditional Owners.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.