Women in Conservation Breakfast


Trust for Nature and Bush Heritage Australia’s 9th annual Celebrating Women in Conservation Breakfast will take place on Thursday 5 March 2020.

Please join us and our special guest speaker Amanda McKenzie to celebrate yourself, your colleagues and women in conservation.

Amanda McKenzie

Amanda is one of the best known public commentators on the climate crisis in Australia. She is the CEO and co-founder of the Climate Council, an independent climate change education and advocacy body.

Previously, Amanda co-founded the Australian Youth Climate Coalition and has served on Renewable Energy Expert Panels for the Queensland and Northern Territory governments.

Amanda was the founding Chair of the Centre for Australian Progress and is a former Board Director at Plan International Australia and the Whitlam Institute. She holds an Honours degree in Law from Monash University and an Arts Degree from Melbourne University. Amanda has won numerous awards including being recognised as one of Westpac's 100 Women of Influence and a finalist in Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year Awards.

DATE: Thursday 5 March 2020

TIME: 7am for 7.15 am start. Formalities end at 9.00 am with optional additional networking time untill 9.30 am

VENUE: ZINC, Federation Square, Swanston Street and Flinders Street, Melbourne

COST: Early Bird $75 per person; $700 for a table of 10. Early bird closes Monday 13 January 2020. Standard ticket $85 per person; $800 for a table of 10.

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