Education and Empowerment – a SDG themed Speed Date Mentoring Event
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a framework for progress on gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls (SDG 5). Education will play a key role in reaching this goal, with SDG 4 aiming to eliminate gender disparities in education by 2030.
As part of our 17 SDGs in 2018 series, the UNAA Victoria Young Professionals is thrilled to present this special speed date mentoring event.
We are inviting experienced leaders share their expertise with mentees in a small group discussion format, followed by networking and refreshments.
Don’t miss this chance to hear from and engage with these fabulous leaders as we debate Victoria’s role in the SDGs on inclusive education and gender equality.
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Penelope Lee – General Manager, Her Place Women’s Museum Australia
Professor Hannah Piterman, Professor of Practice, Deakin University
Tasneem Chopra, Cross Cultural Consultant
Ali Fowler, Founder, World Project Partners
Lily-Claire Deenmamode, lecturer, ACU School of Education
Kate Mugavin, Education Project Officer, Centre for Multicultural Youth
Krista Seddon, Domestic Violence Resource Centre
Tharindu Jayadeva, Volunteer, CHASE and Oaktree Foundation
Wayne Haworth, Principal, Mt Alexander College
Deborah Zhang, Campus Brand Ambassador, Teach for Australia