Traci Lewis

Fancy effecting social change through a career in politics?

Name: Laurie Davies Job title: Senior Caseworker for Member of Parliament and Councillor, Stroud Town Council Qualifications: MSc Marketing and Communications, BA Joint Honours in English Literature and Education Why did you become an environment/sustainability professional? From my initial experiences of volunteering with a social action charity I was inspired by the ability of people and myself to make positive change on many issues, along with the importance of engaging with young people and communities in general to enable change to happen,…

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What does it take to run a Successful Sustainable Restaurant?

Name: Jennifer Best Job title: Director of Poco Qualifications: B.A. (Hons) in Philosophy Politics and Economics What was your first environment/sustainability job? When I was Manchester University I spent the summer after my first year doing an internship in Beijing with the EU-China Information Society Project. That was the summer of the Beijing Olympics, so perfect timing! My main responsibility was organising Chinese delegates to travel to Europe to learn about emergency response systems in leading areas of development. I…

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Sustainability Summer Camp for Young Women – win a free place!

According to the Department for Health, 1 in 3 teenage girls now suffer from anxiety or depression. This shocking statistic, coupled with a passion for a happier, healthier planet, drove local sustainability leader Traci Lewis to set up Catalyse Change. Designed to support girls and young women to develop their skills and confidence to become effective changemakers, Catalyse Change has already reached over 500 young women, empowering them to become the next generation passionate about healthy, happy and green communities,…

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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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