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Yale Sustainability and Women

Join Yale Blue Green for the inaugural event in a series of conversations on sustainability. This first event will focus on women and sustainability, with three speakers to ignite the conversation followed by open dialogue amongst all attendees.

   

     
Please join us on Thursday, October 3rd, at 7 PM for the inaugural event in a series of conversations on sustainability. This first event will focus on women and sustainability, both pressing and recurrent topics in the zeitgeist of our times. 
 
We will have three speakers to ignite the conversation, and then we will open the dialogue to all attendees. The goal is to break through the often frustrating and soporific wall that stands between presenters and the audience. In fact, there will be no audience per se, but a group of people with insight, opinions, questions, and answers to the questions at hand. As such, we will be holding the event in a private home and limiting attendance to 30 people. So come fired up!
 
The event is open to people of all genders, professions, and opinions.
Sponsored by Yale Blue Green, a community comprised of alumni, students, faculty, staff, and affiliates engaged in "green" topics and issues. Its mission is to support the University in its sustainability efforts and to serve as a hub for thought leadership, collaborative action, lifelong learning and inspiration on initiatives relating to the environment and sustainability. 

Speakers:
Jessica Davenport: Jessica is a senior planner with the Delta Stewardship Council, working on land use planning, ecosystem restoration, and water policy in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. She holds a Master's Degree in Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
June Grant, AIA: June is Associate Principal at AECOM a multi-national firm providing planning, architecture, engineering and consulting services. She is best known for N232, Sustainability Base; a Net-Positve Office and Research facility at NASA Ames Research Center.  She holds a Master's Degree in Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture.
Kristen Steck: Kristen is the Environmental Stewardship Strategy Manager for Chevron. She hold a Master's Degree in Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

Event Details:
Date & Time: Thursday, October 3rd, 7 PM - 9 PM
Location: Private loft near Civic Center BART, location to be shared prior to event
Refreshments: The usual suspects - wine, cheese, fruit
Cost: $20
 

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