WIS Annual Holiday “Beach” Party & CARE Celebration

WIS Holiday “Beach” Party and CARE Celebration at Max Gill and Grill’s Tiki Hut Room (new location)

We can’t wait to host our annual holiday party and year-end celebration – because we CARE about you!

REGISTRATION is REQUIRED for this event. Space is limited.

Women in Sustainability is taking their holiday party back to the beaches, but in a new location! This year, we’ll be hittin’ the waves at Max Gill & Grill’s Tiki Hut Room on December 6 from 6:00pm – 9:00pm! While it’s the middle of winter, we can at least pretend we’re at the beach for a few hours!

Our holiday party will take our 2023 worries away as we sip beachy cocktails, enjoy food and dance the evening away! This event is open to the WIS community to connect and have fun! We will have a short presentation and of course, a few surprises throughout the evening.

This event is free for all paid WIS members and $25 for non-members.

Dress in your beach-themed shirts or your holiday party best! Just remember, it’s still December in Colorado and we won’t have sand, but may have snow! 🙂

Music and menu TBA. Max Gill and Grill offers alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to meet everyone’s needs.

Attendees will be responsible for their own beverages and any additional food.

We have teamed up with We Don’t Waste to help you clean out your cupboards! Bring your dried goods from home (or purchased) for a We Don’t Waste food drive!

We Don’t Waste is asking for the following items:

  • dry beans
  • rice
  • pasta
  • canned tuna
  • canned chicken
  • peanut butter
  • soup
  • crackers
  • applesauce
  • granola bars
  • cooking oils

Dry / Canned goods can have an expiration date past 6 months and still valid for donation.

Monetary donations will also be accepted. As little as $10 helps to provide 66 meals in our community.

(NOT SO) SILENT DRAWING

Bring extra cash (or your card)! We’re working on some awesome giveaways as a part of our silent drawing! What is a silent drawing? Well it’s a cross between a drawing (aka raffle) and a silent auction – buy tickets and put your ticket in the bucket for an item YOU want to win at random selection! All proceeds will be donated to Women in Sustainability, a 501c3 tax-deductible organization.

This event is limited to a capacity of 50 people so please RSVP if you are interested in joining the holiday festivities. If you RSVP and cannot attend, please be sure to cancel your reservation. The space is reserved for the WIS holiday party that evening so we can party together! As this will be indoors with a tight(er) capacity, anyone is welcome to wear a mask as they feel comfortable.

Ready for a beachin’ good time? We will see you on December 6!

Questions about the event, please contact Becky at becky@womeninsustainability.org.

ABOUT OUR PARTNERS

About Max Gill & Grill:

Max Gill & Grill is an upscale, neighborhood bar located among the Old South Gaylord Street Shops. They serve grilled and bbq entrees, in addition to fresh seafood and a raw bar. Free valet parking is available Tuesday-Saturday from 5pm-10pm.

About Alpine Bank:

For almost 50 years, Alpine Bank has been giving back to the Colorado communities where they also live, work and play. Across their great state—from Denver to Durango, Boulder to Battlement Mesa—individuals and businesses bank with them for online and mobile banking, deposit accounts, loan financing and wealth management* services. Customers love their size and streamlined structure. With it, they provide one-on-one service and make local lending decisions quickly. At Alpine Bank, banking is more than just a product or service, it’s a relationship.

Their employees are also their owners. Like you, social and environmental responsibility are important to them. Their commitment to the communities they serve is what drives them every day, and the Alpine Bank team gives generously of their time and talent. With branches across the Western Slope to the Front Range—and a Fort Collins branch opening in 2022—Alpine Bank is as unique as Colorado and the person who calls it home.

Community Voices Series – Play Isn’t Just Fun and Games

Community Voices Series – Play Isn’t Just Fun and Games: Being Happy and Productive at Work, Acey Holmes, BoredLess

December 2023 Topic: Play Isn’t Just Fun and Games: Being Happy and Productive at Work, Acey Holmes, BoredLess

About the Webinar:

WIS Members share their expertise with the community in this special virtual series.

Description:

Play at work… can it really make you more productive and happier? Play isn’t just about fun and games and it’s not just for kids! Applying what neuroscience teaches us about being playful to professional settings can improve creativity, productivity, and satisfaction.

Join Acey in this fun and interactive workshop exploring how to tap into playfulness and utilize the benefits to achieve success for yourself and your company along with why it’s an important component of sustainable practices!

Learning Outcomes

  • Definition of play (research and neuroscience)
  • The benefits of play
  • How to incorporate play and maximize benefits

About the Presenter:

Acey Holmes, BoredLess, is a consultant and public speaker with extensive knowledge and experience sharing the Power of Play with professionals. She brings playful work design to companies to impact organizational transformation. Acey works with teams to understand play, flow, and access the benefits all based in neuroscience.

Accessibility:

Closed Captions will be available for this webinar.

Recording:

This event may be recorded for use by Women in Sustainability. By participating in this webinar, you automatically agree to authorize the recording of audio and visual content presented during the live event and consent to subsequent use of the recording in the public domain by the provider presenting the live webinar. The audio and visual recording of the live webinar includes documents and materials exchanged or viewed during the live event; questions asked and poll answers provided by you during the live event; the closed captioning transcript; and the chat box transcript. You are not required to keep your video on during this presentation. You can cancel your order at any time.

Disclaimer:

The views, data, information and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Women in Sustainability, any other agency, member, organization, employer or company associated with Women in Sustainability. Women in Sustainability encourages attendees and members to challenge the status quo and each other’s views, however, we focus on this with civil discourse and positive action. WIS believes in engaging in conversation that “challenges ideas, not people”. The content provided by WIS educational programming is meant to educate and inform critical – thinking on sustainability topics and is subject to individual interpretation. Our content is intended to be used for informational purposes and it is important to do your own additional research and analysis on the subject to form your own beliefs and opinions. In addition, the data and views represented are subject to change, revision and rethinking at any time due to additional data and research. Furthermore, WIS does not verify for accuracy any of the information contained in this presentation and is not responsible for any errors. Presenters are considered to be experts in their particular fields and WIS relies on their expertise to present the information in an accurate and professional manner. Any questions or comments on the content provided during the presentation should be directed to the presenter(s).

All rights reserved. Any content in this presentation cannot be copied or reproduced without the expressed written consent of Women in Sustainability and the participating presenters.

About Women in Sustainability:

Women in Sustainability (WIS) is an inclusive social and environmental justice nonprofit dedicated to caring for the people who CARE for the planet through Community, Advocacy, Resources and Education to create a sustainable and equitable future through the feminist viewpoint and leadership. WIS strives to create a safe space for like-minded, diverse individuals to create purposeful connections and conversations.

From Waste to Fashion: Panel Conversation & Fashion Show

Get ready to witness the ultimate transformation as we turn waste into fabulous fashion at our in-person event!

TICKETS ARE CURRENTLY SOLD OUT FOR THIS EVENT.

PLEASE JOIN THE WAITLIST TO BE NOTIFIED IF TICKETS BECOME AVAILABLE.

THANK YOU!

A livestream will be available for this event. More information coming soon!

Join us for an exciting event where creativity meets sustainability with The Clothing Cycle and Women in Sustainability!

From Waste to Fashion is a unique gathering celebrating the art of transforming discarded materials into stunning fashion pieces. Whether you’re a fashion enthusiast, a sustainability advocate, or simply curious, this event promises to inspire and amaze.

At this event, local designers will showcase their innovative creations made entirely from secondhand materials. Be prepared to witness extraordinary outfits that challenge conventional fashion norms and demonstrate the creative potential of upcycling. You’ll have the opportunity to witness a runway show featuring these unique designs and learn about the creative process behind them.

From Waste to Fashion is not just about admiring beautiful garments; it’s also about promoting sustainability and raising awareness about the importance of reducing waste and the systemic, ecological harms of the fashion industry. We will have a panel conversation with experts to discuss the importance of reducing our fashion waste. What is happening with our clothing “donations,” and what is the actual impact our fashion choices have on our global society? Panelists are to be announced soon.

Plus, we’ll collect winter clothing for the houseless community with Food Not Bombs.

A full cash bar will be available for attendees to purchase beverages and each person is responsible for their own tabs. Attendees can also grab food from any vendors throughout the Stanley Marketplace.

Don’t miss this extraordinary evening that combines fashion, sustainability, and inspiration. Join us at the Factory Fashion at The Stanley on Thu Nov 30 2023 at 5:30pm MT and be a part of the movement that turns waste into fashion!

Community Voices Series – How to Remain Calm in the Rising Sea of Chaos

Community Voices Series – How to Remain Calm in the Rising Sea of Chaos, Liz Rutledge, Sustainable Happiness Together LLC

November 2023 Topic: How to Remain Calm in the Rising Sea of Chaos, Liz Rutledge, Sustainable Happiness Together LLC

About the Webinar:

WIS Members share their expertise with the community in this special virtual series.

Description:

If you’re feeling hopeless in this world of climate change, school shootings, social media frenzy, and an ever-increasing political void, you’re not alone. Take time for some much-needed self care as Liz Rutledge guides you on a Mindfulness journey where you will appreciate the small things and recapture a sense of calm.

About the Presenter:

Liz Rutledge, Sustainable Happiness Together LLC, is deeply passionate about the environment and wellness. She has been doing Mindfulness in one form or another since she was 10 years old. Deeply committed to helping others manage stress and find calm, she teaches Mindfulness at schools in the Denver area and is trained by Mindful Schools. Liz speaks to groups about Mindfulness and Sustainability – or, Mindful Sustainability. Mindfulness is about taking care of Our Selves, Our Community, and Our Planet. Liz teaches people how to be mindful about our planet by composting, gardening, recycling and other sustainability activities.

Accessibility:

Closed Captions will be available for this webinar.

Recording:

This event may be recorded for use by Women in Sustainability. By participating in this webinar, you automatically agree to authorize the recording of audio and visual content presented during the live event and consent to subsequent use of the recording in the public domain by the provider presenting the live webinar. The audio and visual recording of the live webinar includes documents and materials exchanged or viewed during the live event; questions asked and poll answers provided by you during the live event; the closed captioning transcript; and the chat box transcript. You are not required to keep your video on during this presentation. You can cancel your order at any time.

Disclaimer:

The views, data, information and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Women in Sustainability, any other agency, member, organization, employer or company associated with Women in Sustainability. Women in Sustainability encourages attendees and members to challenge the status quo and each other’s views, however, we focus on this with civil discourse and positive action. WIS believes in engaging in conversation that “challenges ideas, not people”. The content provided by WIS educational programming is meant to educate and inform critical – thinking on sustainability topics and is subject to individual interpretation. Our content is intended to be used for informational purposes and it is important to do your own additional research and analysis on the subject to form your own beliefs and opinions. In addition, the data and views represented are subject to change, revision and rethinking at any time due to additional data and research. Furthermore, WIS does not verify for accuracy any of the information contained in this presentation and is not responsible for any errors. Presenters are considered to be experts in their particular fields and WIS relies on their expertise to present the information in an accurate and professional manner. Any questions or comments on the content provided during the presentation should be directed to the presenter(s).

All rights reserved. Any content in this presentation cannot be copied or reproduced without the expressed written consent of Women in Sustainability and the participating presenters.

About Women in Sustainability:

Women in Sustainability (WIS) is an inclusive social and environmental justice nonprofit dedicated to caring for the people who CARE for the planet through Community, Advocacy, Resources and Education to create a sustainable and equitable future through the feminist viewpoint and leadership. WIS strives to create a safe space for like-minded, diverse individuals to create purposeful connections and conversations.

Just BE-Cause UnNetworking Event

Just BE-Cause UnNetworking Event at TARRA Work (935 Albion St, Denver, CO 80220) w/ light refreshments provided by Nude Foods.

We’re hosting another open un-networking event on Wednesday, November 8 from 6:00p – 8:00pm MT at TARRA Work (935 Albion St, Denver, CO 80220). The theme for our November event is CALM!

*LOCATION CHANGE*

Let’s focus on calm before we head into a crazy holiday season!

What is Un-Networking?

At WIS we believe you’re more than your work. That’s why we create a space to come and Just BE …

Lead with the question – “what do you like?” not “what do you do?”

Be Together. Be Happy. Be Sad. Be Overwhelmed. Be with like-minded friends. Whatever you need to BE, you can BE! BE YOU!

We’ll have discussion prompts for you and encourage our attendees to meet and connect over the “prompts” and discuss more than “what you do”. Discuss your pets, love of nature, family, hobbies and really anything you CARE about! Work may come into the discussion, but we love getting to know each other outside of the generic work conversation.

We may also have a chance to “circle up” for quick introductions. This is dependent on the number of attendees, location, etc, and is not guaranteed. Otherwise, there is no specific programming for this event.

This space is a NO SALES zone. Please do not attend to sell your products / services to attendees. This is about relationship building, supporting one another and connecting without the sales / work talk. Plenty of spaces exist for people to sell – this isn’t it! Lead with CARE – considerate, authentic, respectful and empathetic.

Nude Foods Market will provide light refreshments. All attendees will receive a 20% discount to use towards their in-store purchases on the evening of the event!

This event is open to all interested in learning more about WIS and meeting others in the sustainability and environmental space. Attendees do not have to be members or identify as a woman.

About Women in Sustainability:

Women in Sustainability (WIS) is a social and environmental justice nonprofit dedicated to caring for the people that CARE for the planet through Community, Advocacy, Resources and Education to create a sustainable and equitable future through the feminist viewpoint and leadership.

Community Voices Series – Biosolids Reuse: Unclogging the Stigma

Community Voices Series – Biosolids Reuse: Unclogging the Stigma Surrounding this Fragrant Topic, Anna Howell, Jacobs

October 2023 Topic: Biosolids Reuse: Unclogging the Stigma Surrounding this Fragrant Topic, Anna Howell, Jacobs

About the Webinar:

WIS Members share their expertise with the community in this special virtual series.

Description:

Have you ever pondered while going to the bathroom what happens with our poop … er, biosolids, when flushed? No? You’re not alone. Once we flush, it’s out of sight, out of mind. However, it’s important to understand this taboo topic when it comes to sustainability. Luckily for us, it’s Anna’s favorite topic of discussion. With her sustainability work at Jacobs, Anna studies human biosolids to find sustainable solutions to our human waste and how it can be reused for our future. As growing concerns for access to clean drinking water (and PFAs), it’s important to learn how poop and sustainability are interconnected and why we should be more open to the conversation regarding our bathroom behaviors. If you are feeling weird about the topic, no worries! Anna, our Biosolid Babe, makes the conversation fun and approachable by using her expertise and charisma to educate others. You’ll leave the conversation feeling a little more light and ready to talk sustainable sh*t with your friends, family and colleagues!

About the Presenter:

Anna is a dedicated Corporate Planeteer with a mission to create a more connected and sustainable world. She is currently the OMFS Sustainability Lead at Jacobs, an engineering firm that provides a full spectrum of professional services including the operations and maintenance of water and wastewater treatment, facilities and city services.

Anna has taken the plunge into the heart of sustainable solutions. You will often catch her passionately discussing unconventional topics like poop and how an often-overlooked waste has the power to transform and heal our planet. Her journey in wastewater operations has fortified her belief that there is a treasure in the flush. Understanding the impact of something every human regularly evacuates (hopefully quite regularly) is a crucial mission that Anna proudly embraces.

With unfiltered enthusiasm, please join her as we discuss turning waste into worth, complete with a healthy pile of poo puns.

Accessibility:

Closed Captions will be available for this webinar.

Recording:

This event may be recorded for use by Women in Sustainability. By participating in this webinar, you automatically agree to authorize the recording of audio and visual content presented during the live event and consent to subsequent use of the recording in the public domain by the provider presenting the live webinar. The audio and visual recording of the live webinar includes documents and materials exchanged or viewed during the live event; questions asked and poll answers provided by you during the live event; the closed captioning transcript; and the chat box transcript. You are not required to keep your video on during this presentation. You can cancel your order at any time.

Disclaimer:

The views, data, information and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Women in Sustainability, any other agency, member, organization, employer or company associated with Women in Sustainability. Women in Sustainability encourages attendees and members to challenge the status quo and each other’s views, however, we focus on this with civil discourse and positive action. WIS believes in engaging in conversation that “challenges ideas, not people”. The content provided by WIS educational programming is meant to educate and inform critical – thinking on sustainability topics and is subject to individual interpretation. Our content is intended to be used for informational purposes and it is important to do your own additional research and analysis on the subject to form your own beliefs and opinions. In addition, the data and views represented are subject to change, revision and rethinking at any time due to additional data and research. Furthermore, WIS does not verify for accuracy any of the information contained in this presentation and is not responsible for any errors. Presenters are considered to be experts in their particular fields and WIS relies on their expertise to present the information in an accurate and professional manner. Any questions or comments on the content provided during the presentation should be directed to the presenter(s).

All rights reserved. Any content in this presentation cannot be copied or reproduced without the expressed written consent of Women in Sustainability and the participating presenters.

About Women in Sustainability:

Women in Sustainability (WIS) is an inclusive social and environmental justice nonprofit dedicated to caring for the people who CARE for the planet through Community, Advocacy, Resources and Education to create a sustainable and equitable future through the feminist viewpoint and leadership. WIS strives to create a safe space for like-minded, diverse individuals to create purposeful connections and conversations.

POSTPONED Scream and Green Halloween: Mental Health & Sustainability Bazaar

A screamin’ good time for all ages! Join us to celebrate mental health and sustainability at this unique event supporting WIS!

Women in Sustainability is excited to announce our first family-friendly event! Join us for a very special mental health and sustainability fair this fall! This unique event combines the important intersection of “CARE for yourself to CARE for the planet.” There will be vendors, kids activities, music, short workshops and more throughout the event. Plus, attendees will be invited to partake in a “scream fest” led by a mental wellness expert! Non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages are available for purchase.

More info to come soon!

Tickets:

$20 Non-Members / $10 Members / Kids 12 and under Free

Are you a WIS member? Use your email address as the promo code to receive your discount!

Not a member yet? Become one today for special perks! Join here!

About Women in Sustainability:

Women in Sustainability (WIS) is an inclusive social and environmental justice nonprofit dedicated to caring for the people who CARE for the planet through Community, Advocacy, Resources and Education to create a sustainable and equitable future through the feminist viewpoint and leadership. WIS strives to create a safe space for like-minded and diverse individuals to create purposeful connections and conversations.

WIS Members Only Event: Release the Fears

What is holding you back from reaching your goals or dreams? Come together in this intimate setting to release those fears!

Finding it a struggle to reach your goals or move toward your dreams? What’s holding you back? Join us for this intimate and unique WIS networking event to share your fears as a community. We will write them down and throw them into the “Campfire” cauldron to (metaphorically) burn the papers and release our fears to reach our future best selves!

This event is for members only and sorry men, only those who identify as women* are invited to this event. All attendees must RSVP in advance and is limited to 15 total attendees.

The event brings together our community in a way to vulnerably share and support one another’s goals. Please know this is a safe space. Everything shared should be kept private. All attendees will be asked to partake in the event and sign a confidentiality waiver.

Campfire CO has specialty cocktails, beers, wine and non-alcoholic options. Attendees will be responsible for their own food and beverage.

Not a member yet? Join today!

Any person that registers and does not identify as a WIS Member or woman, will receive a canceled ticket notification.

About Women in Sustainability:

Women in Sustainability (WIS) is an inclusive social and environmental justice nonprofit dedicated to caring for the people that CARE for the planet through Community, Advocacy, Resources and Education to create a sustainable and equitable future through the feminist viewpoint and leadership. WIS strives to create a safe space for like-minded and diverse individuals to create purposeful connections and conversations.

* “Women” is defined as all who identify as women, including members of the LGBTQIA+ community and gender-fluid individuals.

AI: Why It’s Important to Embrace Now for a Sustainable Future

AI is part of our future, so how do learn how it can be used for good? Let’s explore the world of AI with our panel of experts!

About the Webinar:

AI is the buzzword of today. From Chat GPT exploding on the scene, we hear how AI is becoming a part of our everyday lives. AI is part of our future, so how do we lean into it and learn how it can be used for good? Let’s explore the world of AI with our panel of experts!

The intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and sustainability is an incredibly exciting field to explore. With the growing urgency to tackle climate change and preserve our planet for future generations, AI can be a powerful tool in our toolkit. By leveraging AI, we can analyze vast amounts of data to better understand our impact on the environment and develop innovative solutions to reduce our carbon footprint. But it’s not just about technology. It’s about the people and organizations passionate about creating a more sustainable future. Join us with our panel of experts in different sectors to learn how we can collaborate and use AI to amplify our collective impact. The possibilities are endless, from energy efficiency to data and marketing, and I can’t wait to see what we can achieve together. In this special 90-minute webinar, let’s learn how sustainability-driven experts can leverage this tool to create a sustainable future so we don’t get left behind.

(This paragraph was written in part by using an AI tool.)

About the Presenters:

Becky Migas – Moderator – Becky Migas (she/her) is Founder / Executive Director of Women in Sustainability, an inclusive and action-oriented nonprofit for women (and allies) in the environmental movement that is working together to create a better future for all. WIS CAREs for those that CARE for the planet through an inclusive and collaborative community, advocating for all, providing valuable resources and creating education in all aspects of sustainability. She is also a Pro Trash Talker and loves to educate others on responsible waste disposal.. Becky received her undergraduate degrees from The Ohio State University and is an avid Buckeye fan! She also received her MBA from Missouri State University. When not talking about sustainability or planning events, Becky loves to spend time in nature with her lifelong partner Chris and snuggling with her cat Theremin.

Simon Julien – Co-Host – Simon is the inventor of core technology, Co-Founder, and CEO of Latimer Controls. Latimer Controls uses complex machine learning and artificial intelligence to perform the necessary controls that allow large-scale solar plants to mimic the reliability of fossil fuel generators. Simon graduated from CU Boulder with a BS & MS in Applied Mathematics/Computational Modeling, and has been heavily involved in renewable energy and sustainable technology throughout his career. Simon also frequently participates in events and incentives sponsored by the Black Inventors Hall of Fame and is a consistent advocate for minorities and diverse perspectives growing voices in the energy transition. With the recent commercialized advancements of artificial intelligence and language processing tools, Simon is extremely interested and excited to learn how AI can support sustainability projects and initiatives.

Jane Endacott -Jane is a Content Creator who works with purpose-driven businesses. In her free time she trains in jiu jitsu, writes vampire novels, reads too many books, watches horror movies, and drinks too much coffee.

Omar Kaheel – Omar Kaheel is a Data Scientist at Ascend Analytics, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science with an emphasis in Data Science from the University of Colorado Boulder. He has worked on using AI to enhance energy storage modeling, energy market analysis, and carbon removal efforts. Having had roles at Perennial, Hyde Renewables, and the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Omar has been working towards learning about the various challenges we face with decarbonization and how technology and AI can enable solutions.

Kyle Shannon – Kyle Shannon is a pioneering leader with a career spanning more than three decades, consistently at the forefront of digital storytelling and marketing innovation. As the Co-Founder and CEO of Storyvine, he has transformed the landscape of video storytelling, offering a platform that automates production and empowers clients to create professional, authentic content at scale. His success at Storyvine, however, is just the latest in a long line of transformative ventures.
In the mid-1990s, Kyle co-founded AGENCY.COM, a major player in shaping the nascent digital marketing landscape. As the Chief Creative Officer, he led the company to impressive heights, growing it to over 2,200 employees, achieving $200 million in revenue, and launching a successful IPO on NASDAQ. This influential venture set the standard for modern digital advertising and established Kyle as a pioneer in the space.
As a public speaker, Kyle has delivered keynote presentations at numerous conferences and offers workshops to help organizations navigate emerging technologies. Because of his excitement about generative AI, his friends and family have said he’s been “a bit manic lately,” which he doesn’t vehemently deny.

Accessibility:

Closed Captions will be available for this webinar.

Recording:

This event may be recorded for use by Women in Sustainability. By participating in this webinar, you automatically agree to authorize the recording of audio and visual content presented during the live event and consent to subsequent use of the recording in the public domain by the provider presenting the live webinar. The audio and visual recording of the live webinar includes documents and materials exchanged or viewed during the live event; questions asked and poll answers provided by you during the live event; the closed captioning transcript; and the chat box transcript. You are not required to keep your video on during this presentation. You can cancel your order at any time.

Disclaimer:

The views, data, information and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Women in Sustainability, any other agency, member, organization, employer or company associated with Women in Sustainability. Women in Sustainability encourages attendees and members to challenge the status quo and each other’s views, however, we focus on this with civil discourse and positive action. WIS believes in engaging in conversation that “challenges ideas, not people”. The content provided by WIS educational programming is meant to educate and inform critical – thinking on sustainability topics and is subject to individual interpretation. Our content is intended to be used for informational purposes and it is important to do your own additional research and analysis on the subject to form your own beliefs and opinions. In addition, the data and views represented are subject to change, revision and rethinking at any time due to additional data and research. Furthermore, WIS does not verify for accuracy any of the information contained in this presentation and is not responsible for any errors. Presenters are considered to be experts in their particular fields and WIS relies on their expertise to present the information in an accurate and professional manner. Any questions or comments on the content provided during the presentation should be directed to the presenter(s).

All rights reserved. Any content in this presentation cannot be copied or reproduced without the expressed written consent of Women in Sustainability and the participating presenters.

About Women in Sustainability:

Women in Sustainability (WIS) is an inclusive social and environmental justice nonprofit dedicated to caring for the people that CARE for the planet through Community, Advocacy, Resources and Education to create a sustainable and equitable future through the feminist viewpoint and leadership. WIS strives to create a safe space for like-minded and diverse individuals to create purposeful connections and conversations.

Community Voices Series: Manifest Your Sustainable Impact

Community Voices Series – Manifest Your Sustainable Impact with Heather Wochele, HelloDay Coaching

September 2023 Topic: Manifest Your Sustainable Impact with Heather Wochele, HelloDay Coaching

About the Webinar:

WIS Members share their expertise with the community in this special virtual series.

Description:

Join the WIS sustainable community and HelloDay Coaching to discuss and manifest your sustainable impact. During this session, we provide an opportunity for participants to collectively learn about sustainability challenges, solutions, and best practices through reflective exercises and peer discussion. We will also define clear sustainability goals that align with participants’ values and aspirations and then outline steps to take to accomplish those goals.

About the Presenter:

Heather Wochele is a certified life coach dedicated to helping individuals move past their fears to make bold life changes to achieve their dreams. After a career as an Organizational Development consultant, Heather found her passion was in understanding and creating genuine connections with individuals learning about their goals, motivations, and challenges. She now owns her own life coaching business, HelloDay Coaching, where she guides her clients toward discovering their own inner strength to create a fulfilling and meaningful life.

Accessibility:

Closed Captions will be available for this webinar.

Recording:

This event may be recorded for use by Women in Sustainability. By participating in this webinar, you automatically agree to authorize the recording of audio and visual content presented during the live event and consent to subsequent use of the recording in the public domain by the provider presenting the live webinar. The audio and visual recording of the live webinar includes documents and materials exchanged or viewed during the live event; questions asked and poll answers provided by you during the live event; the closed captioning transcript; and the chat box transcript. You are not required to keep your video on during this presentation. You can cancel your order at any time.

Disclaimer:

The views, data, information and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Women in Sustainability, any other agency, member, organization, employer or company associated with Women in Sustainability. Women in Sustainability encourages attendees and members to challenge the status quo and each other’s views, however, we focus on this with civil discourse and positive action. WIS believes in engaging in conversation that “challenges ideas, not people”. The content provided by WIS educational programming is meant to educate and inform critical – thinking on sustainability topics and is subject to individual interpretation. Our content is intended to be used for informational purposes and it is important to do your own additional research and analysis on the subject to form your own beliefs and opinions. In addition, the data and views represented are subject to change, revision and rethinking at any time due to additional data and research. Furthermore, WIS does not verify for accuracy any of the information contained in this presentation and is not responsible for any errors. Presenters are considered to be experts in their particular fields and WIS relies on their expertise to present the information in an accurate and professional manner. Any questions or comments on the content provided during the presentation should be directed to the presenter(s).

All rights reserved. Any content in this presentation cannot be copied or reproduced without the expressed written consent of Women in Sustainability and the participating presenters.

About Women in Sustainability:

Women in Sustainability (WIS) is an inclusive social and environmental justice nonprofit dedicated to caring for the people that CARE for the planet through Community, Advocacy, Resources and Education to create a sustainable and equitable future through the feminist viewpoint and leadership. WIS strives to create a safe space for like-minded and diverse individuals to create purposeful connections and conversations.