Transforming society, business and self.
Hear first hand from a panel of inspiring women who have transformed their lives through the u.Lab program.
SBW has supported local participating women through MIT, Boston’s free online course u.Lab since 2017.
u.Lab is about the transformation of society, business and self, moving from ego to eco.
The course teaches participants how to lead through change AND develop innovative solutions with far reaching applications in business, community projects and everyday life.
We’re excited to hear the transformative stories directly from our panel of speakers, Susan Nancarrow, Natalie Brookes and Judy Parkin.
Join us and get inspired for u.Lab 2020.
About Natalie Brookes:
Natalie is the Entrepreneurship Facilitator appointed to service the Richmond – Tweed (Ballina) region – an initiative of the Australian Government.
Natalie comes with a wealth of experience in start-ups having established two of her own, and understands the freedom and joy that self-employment and business ownership bring, along with the constant challenges it presents. Natalie is a natural leader and works with people on a strengths-based basis.
Mentoring and empowering people to identify their natural talents and strengths and providing support and assistance in areas they require.
Having started her career working for Sir Paul McCartney in London, Natalie is a qualified accountant, experienced senior business consultant and analyst,
Natalie also holds additional post graduate qualifications, and comes with a range of industry experience. From not-for-profit organisations, through to local government and private sectors including; general insurance, music and book publishing, manufacturing, aviation, agribusiness and health food industries.
About Susan Nancarrow:
Susan has worked in health care delivery, management and research as well as higher education governance and executive leadership roles. She has an interest and expertise in the future of the workforce, particularly in the health care, and is currently a Director on the Northern New South Wales Local Health District Board. She is committed to supporting the development of women in leadership roles. Susan lives with her young family on the far north coast of New South Wales where she is a keen surfer, gardener and aspiring creative artist in her spare time.
Doors open at 5.30pm for a 6.00pm start
$10 – Networking and light refreshments on arrival.
Presentation finish at 7pm. Networking to 7.30pm.
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