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Empowered leadership on display at Women in Renewables breakfast

As part of the 2017 Australian Clean Energy Summit, the Clean Energy Council is holding a Women in Renewables breakfast titled “Empowered Leadership” on 19 July.

The breakfast will feature candid reflections and insights from the following four outstanding women as they share their leadership journeys and learnings:

Rachel Watson
Chair, Clean Energy Council
General Manager, New Business, Pacific Hydro

Jackie Brown
Commercial Leader, Asia Pacific, GE Renewables

Nicola Wilkins
Senior Engineer, Renewable Energy, Downer

Chloe Munro
Independent Consultant
Member of the Finkel Review Panel

Chaired by Natalie Collard, Executive General Manager of Industry Development at the Clean Energy Council, Chair of the Women in Renewables initiative and former Telstra Business Woman of the Year, the breakfast provides an excellent opportunity to join the discussion on what empowered leadership means for the clean energy industry.

Australian Clean Energy Summit delegates can attend the Women in Renewables breakfast at no additional cost, but must register separately to attend. If you are not attending the conference but would like to come to the breakfast, you can still purchase a ticket to attend.

Visit the Australian Clean Energy Summit website to register.