Flipping the Ratio: Women-led city making

3
Jun
2015
 
6
00
PM

What makes a good city? Who will take the lead in 21st century city making? What can this mean for women in the traditional built environment professions and beyond? Where are all the women and how can they become more visible and lead?

Join the debate at this panel discussion on city making where the traditional male/female speaker ratio is flipped, bringing together fascinating women and men’s voices on the role of women in shaping our future cities. Flipping the Ratio marks Urbanista’s third birthday and celebrates the growing visibility of women in business, politics, and all aspects of public, civic and urban life.

Programme:

6.00pm - 6:30pm Arrivals (refreshments will be served)

6:30pm - 8.00pm Panel discussion

Joy Lo Dico, Founder of the Trouble Club

Andrea Klettner, Account Director ING Media

Chris Brown, Executive Chair igloo Regeneration

Jackie Sadek, Chief Executive of UK Regeneration and Special Advisor to Rt Hon Greg Clark MP Secretary of State DCLG

Kate Henderson, Chief Executive TCPA

Chair: Liane Hartley, Founder of Urbanistas and Mend

8.00pm – 8:30pm Urbanistas in action (videos and commentary from Urbanistas around the UK and the world)

8:45pm decamp to local pub to continue the celebrations

Cost: £11.99

For more information or to book please click here.

Sponsors: The Building Centre, Capita and ING media