How Women Leaders in Boston are Taking the Lead on Climate Resiliency and Community Building
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the New England Aquarium Lecture Series presents a panel titled “A Changing Environment: How Women Leaders in Boston are Taking the Lead on Climate Resiliency and Community Building.” For the first time in history, the City of Boston and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts are simultaneously being led by women. This creates an exciting opportunity to tackle gender equity and representation across all types of work, especially in the areas of climate change and resilient community building. Join us in person or online for a thought-provoking panel discussion featuring prominent women leaders making waves around climate resiliency and community building, including:
– Kim Janey, Chief Executive Officer, Economic Mobility Pathways, and former Mayor, City of Boston
– Vivien Li, nationally recognized waterfront expert
– Devanshi Purohit, Associate Principal (Urban Design), CBT Architects
– Tanisha M. Sullivan, Esq., Head of External Engagement and Strategic Partnerships, Sanofi, and President, NAACP Boston Branch
– Moderated by Jill Valdés Horwood, Director, Boston Waterfront Initiative, Barr Foundation.