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Thu, 17 May


Wadham College

'Nice Doing Business With You!' Ethical Careers Panel

How do businesses make sure they have a sustainable impact in today's world? Join the debate at our panel, featuring speakers from a wide-range of perspectives.

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'Nice Doing Business With You!' Ethical Careers Panel
'Nice Doing Business With You!' Ethical Careers Panel

Time & Location

17 May 2018, 17:30 – 18:30

Wadham College, Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3PN, UK

About the Event

Meet the panelists:

Lucy Bruzzone - Programme Director at the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership (CISL). Joined CISL from Earthwatch, an international environmental charity where she oversaw operations in South East Asia. She leads CISL’s executive education engagement with China and is responsible for the delivery of key cities-focused programmes for Chinese government officials including the Beijing Municipal and Guangdong Provincial Governments. She also coordinates CISL’s wider engagement with cities and the built environment.

Heather Wood - CEO of The Rainbow Trust, a charity that gives advice and support to families of children with life-threatening illness. She joined the charity as its second employee in 1988, working closely with the founder, later moving to fundraising and becoming CEO in 1999.

Mandu Reid - Best known for founding The Cup Effect, an NGO which aims to inform women and adolescent girls in low-income communities around the world about the benefits of menstrual cups, and continuously working to make them more accessible. She is also a specialist in fund management, currently holding oversight of the Mayor's Sports Legacy Fund.

Solitaire Townsend - Businesswoman and co-founder of Futerra Sustainability Communications, focused on revitalizing the way businesses view sustainability and climate change solutions. She was chair of the UK's Green Energy Supply Certification Scheme in 2010, and is a member of the United Nations’ Sustainable Lifestyles Taskforce. Named Ethical Entrepreneur of the Year in 2008, she is also a trustee of the charity Tomorrow's Company.

All genders are welcome.

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