PechaKucha Night Christchurch is teaming up with Christchurch City Council to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage and Conservation Week with a night of quick-fire talks by some amazing women!
We are proud to bring you a collection of local women including a marine biologist working with the world's rarest and smallest dolphins, an adventurer who returned from a 29-day expedition across the Greenland Icecap, a young musician speaking on the power of rest and creativity, an entrepreneur starting a podcast focused on women change-makers, a writer working on a book about women and World II and more.
WHEN: Wed 19 September, 2018
Doors open 6:30pm, event starts 7:30pm
(Ilex café open for drinks and snacks)
WHERE: Botanic Garden's Visitor Centre
THEME: Women, Science and Conservation
Hollie Woodhouse // Adventurer // Power of 'Do vs Dream'
Kristina Macdonald // Ecologist // Truth bee told
Jo Bailey // Writer, Author and Editor // Writing, Women and World II
Fiona Thomson // Ecologist, Dog Lover // Can dogs sniff out a Needle in A Haystack?
Brianne Fick // Marketing and Innovation Advisor // Gender bias and technology
Becky Watson // Therapeutic Social Worker // Cultivating rhythms of rest through creativity
Victoria Metcalf // Scientist // Celebrating the unlovable and the unseen
Zahra Hussaini // Lab Technician, Interpreter, Youth Coordinator // Who is Hussain to me.
Amy Johnston Bray // Interpretation and Exhibition Designer // Conversation about conservation-engaging the public to act
Rebecca (Bek) Tavete // Founder ARGO beach Co-working Limited // A Contribution to Sustainability
María Jesús Valdés Hernández // Marine Biologist // Working with the world's rarest and smallest dolphins
PechaKucha Nights are devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture.