2024 Women Shaping the Agenda: Breaking Barriers, Building Resilience, July 18, Worcester, Massachusetts

  • 18 July 2024
  • Event Host : New England Women in Energy and the Environment
  • Event Location : Hogan Campus Center, Holy Cross, 1 College Street, Worcester, MA, 01610, United States
2024 Women Shaping the Agenda: Breaking Barriers, Building Resilience, July 18, Worcester
Event Description

Join at College of the Holy Cross for NEWIEE's 10th Annual Women Shaping the Agenda Event for a networking reception and interactive panel discussion.

Panel Topic: This years topic is Breaking Barriers, Building Resilience and will focus on the importance of diverse perspectives in achieving climate goals and fostering sustainable practices. We will feature a select group of leading women representing nonprofit, for profit, and government sectors discussing:

• The importance of diverse perspectives in achieving climate goals.
• The challenges to advancement women face in the energy & environment fields, the steps they took to overcome them, and lessons learned along the way.
• How to support others in their professional journeys.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • New England Women in Energy and the Environment
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Keynote: Emma Cimino, Deputy Commissioner of Environmental Quality, CT DEEP

      Moderator: Janelle McNish, Chief Marketing & Diversity Officer at The Trustees of Reservations

      Panelist: Abigail Anthony Commissioner, Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission

      Panelist: Amanda Downey, VP of Strategy Development and Partnerships, National Grid

      Panelist: Krista Ostuno, President, Heavy Weight, Inc

      Panelist: Zeyneb Magavi, Executive Director, HEET
  • Cost
    • $50 – $75
  • Event type
    • Panel Discussion

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