The Symposium will bring together experts in regeneration, from within our industry and beyond. Stay tuned for more speaker announcements coming soon.
Alice’s integrative practice draws from Human-centred Design, Systems Thinking & Transformative Change. Her work - as a strategist, coach and facilitator - is dedicated to building adaptive capacity and enabling initiatives that catalyse transition to a low-carbon future. Alice is also co-convenor of Regen Sydney, a cross-sector coalition of individuals and organisations envisioning a more holistic economic narrative for Sydney through the application of Doughnut Economics.
Alice holds post-graduate qualifications in Sustainability and Electronic Media. She is a 2013 fellow of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership & 2019 fellow of Schumacher College in the UK.
Prior to his time at IWBI, Jack was the Manager of Climate Change Programs at Sustainability Victoria, a government agency, where he developed and led the TAKE2 Climate Change Program and informed state climate policy. This followed six years working at a building science consultancy, where he held a number of leadership roles including the National Relationship and Marketing Manager, State Manager and Senior Consultant. During this time, Jack worked closely with organisations such as NABERS, GBCA, WGBC, FMA, AIRAH, and local and state governments on healthy building design and practices, with a focus on indoor environments.
Jack holds Bachelor degrees in Science and Psychology, both from Monash University, as well as a Master of Business focused on the commercialization of science and emerging technology. In 2009, he was a winner of the National Australia Bank Science in Business award.
His areas of expertise include air and water quality, healthy buildings, sustainability rating tools, science commercialisation, and climate policy. He is a WELL Accredited Professional and a member of the International Society for Indoor Air Quality. He is passionate about environmental justice and equity, as well as the health and education of communities. He also serves on the board of a local community organization focused on adult education and social inclusion.
Thulani is an experienced Sustainability professional who has worked for international architecture firms and served as the WorldGBC Africa Regional Network Chairperson, participated on various government advisory committees and worked directly in green building tool development, operation and management. He is a board member of EcoStandard South Africa (an NGO) holding the Business Development portfolio. He is one of the Living Future Ambassadors and Accredited professionals in South Africa and Co-Founder of Regenerative Collaborative South Africa (an NPC).
Thulani is interested in a holistic approach to architecture in the built environment. He makes time for using documentary photography essays to tell the story of the built environment of local and international places he gets to visit, focusing on the impacts of and responses to climate change, social and environmental concerns.
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