Asher Jay is a National Geographic emerging explorer and self-described "creative conservationist". She uses art, poetry, sculpture, animation, online media, and her sheer force of personality to help save the planet. She has dedicated her career to raising awareness of biodiversity loss and the importance of sustainable development. Her art has been used in conservation campaigns for rhinos, elephants, lions, tigers, sea turtles and more.
Women & Sustainability would like to invite you to our happy hour, Leadership in Women & Sustainability. Relax, enjoy the company of your peers, and get the conversation going about future directions for W&S! Date: Wednesday, April 16 Location: Amsterdam Restaurant and Tapas, Amsterdam between 119th and 120th Time: 8-10pm W&S is looking for new leadership! Leading our group … Continue reading Leadership in Women & Sustainability: Wednesday Happy Hour
When: Monday, March 10, 8-9:30pm Where: 337 Mudd RSVP HERE How can a sustainability professional implement her plan and generate buy-in from colleagues? What sustainability challenges exist in the healthcare industry, and what solutions can be found? Please join Women & Sustainability this Monday evening, where we will discuss these topics and more in an … Continue reading Women & Sustainability Presents: Effectiveness in Sustainability Management, Engagement and Implementation
Women & Sustainability would like to invite you to Lean In... to Your Wine Glass and your Career, our first event of the semester! Date: Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 Location: Amsterdam Restaurant and Tapas, Amsterdam between 119th and 120th Time: Join us from 7:30pm. Discussion begins at 8:15. At this event, we will be discussing some points … Continue reading Women & Sustainability Present: Lean In… to Your Wine Glass and your Career
Please join Women & Sustainability for a happy hour! This is a great opportunity to get to know fellow W&S members, grow your network, and share your ideas. Monday, November 18th 8-10 pm Amsterdam Restaurant on Amsterdam Ave between 119th and 120th Please RSVP HERE We hope to see you there!