Traci Lewis

Catalyst Bootcamp 2018 – why do you want to be a #Catalyst4Change?

For young women who want to be confident, resilient changemakers Catalyse Change will host its second annual  ‘Catalyst Bootcamp’ in Bristol this summer. The three-day residential event is held at Bristol University on 1 – 3 August 2018, for girls and young women who want to know how to tackle social and environmental issues. The transformational educational programme will help you to: Build sustainability knowledge and the education and career opportunities available Build understanding of your personality strengths and interests…

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Traci Lewis, Q&A, Global Sustainability Leaders

The U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce recently interviewed Traci Lewis, Catalyse Change Director, for their Q&A series, Global Sustainability Leaders #globalsustainabilityleaders  http://usgreenchamber.com/global-leader-traci-lewis Name: Traci Lewis Company/NGO Name: Director, Catalyse Change CIC 1. What is the mission of your company/NGO? To empower girls and young women to develop sustainability skills and knowledge for ‘healthy, happy and green’ communities, careers and planet. 2. What is the most innovative or environmentally/socially impactful project/practice your company/NGO has implemented? After 18 years working for an environmental…

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My Green Education & Career – Kate Bruintjes

Name: Kate Martin Bruintjes Job: Director, Green Unlimited, Bristol Qualifications: MSc Environmental Science Why did you become an environment/sustainability professional? I followed in my parents’ footsteps – they set up an environmental consultancy in the 1980s and, like them, I was always had a passion in geography/environment at school. For university I wanted to study something more modern and applied than pure geography and found that Environmental Science fitted the bill. What was your first environment/sustainability job? At university I considered…

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Using mindfulness apps – my favourites

From checking emails before bed to constant notifications from social media, our phones can often contribute to our daily stress. However there are now a range of apps which you can use to help you manage and improve your wellbeing.   Morwenna Bugg has written us a guest blog about her experiences using two of the most popular mindfulness apps.. A little bit about my experience using a couple of mindfulness style apps. I have only used them for short periods…

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