Moderated by David Seignior from the Centre for Sustainability Leadership (CSL), this discussion will explore ethics in entrepreneurship and leadership and the role of business in sustainability and sustainability in business The panel will include CSL alumni, Craig Irvine, co-founder of the Future Business Council, the new voice for future-focused business in Australia and Katerina Gaita, CEO of Climate for Change, an organisation that draws on the 'Tupperware Model' to bring conversation for climate action, around the kitchen table.
About our Panel.
Katerina Gaita is a former IP and Human Rights Lawyer. In 2006 Katerina set up EASLI (Ethical and Sustainable Living Ideas) a sustainable coaching and green cleaning business, growing to 30 staff and 200 clients in 3 years. Recently she has successfully crowd-funded her new venture Climate for Change.
Craig Irvine has a background in behavioural science and is a business analyst and customer experience and content manager with a government owned infrastructure corporation. Craig is also a board member of the not-for-profit organisation Just Change and co-founder and Director of the Future Business Council. .