Diversity in Sustainability is hosting a thought-provoking event to explore the vital intersection of equity, diversity, and inclusion within the sector of sustainability. The mission is to foster a more inclusive and equitable future for the sustainability field and the discussion will include resources to help students and higher education professionals achieve this goal. Attendees can expect to learn more about a demographics survey, hear takeaways from the Inclusion Blueprint Dialogues sessions centred on youth and higher education, and will have the opportunity to ask questions!
Marie Jurcevic is one of the Co-Founders of Diversity in Sustainability and she is also the Sustainability Lead at ARC Resources. Marie leads ARC Resources’ ESG reporting and disclosure efforts and she supports the development and integration of sustainability strategy within the organization. Marie has been a corporate sustainability practitioner for almost 15 years. She has held sustainability roles at Enbridge, Seven Generations Energy and Canadian Business for Social Responsibility. Prior to working in the energy industry, Marie worked in the non-profit sector. She specialized in youth engagement and empowerment. Marie supported youth in various capacities, most notable she was involved in a youth-led initiative called Youth Reach Out Against Racism. Marie has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Calgary and a Master of Science in Responsibility & Business Practice from the Faculty of Management at the University of Bath.
Julieta Mulangu (she/her) is the Inclusion Blueprint Dialogues Intern at Diversity in Sustainability. She is in her third year of Global Development Studies with an embedded certificate in Sustainability Studies at the University of Calgary. Julieta is passionate about social justice and EDI initiatives, and her enthusiasm for advocating for student interests has led to her role as Co-President for the Global Development Society. Following her undergraduate degree, she plans to pursue a Master in Public Policy.
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