Georgia Sheil — On empowering women and girls and climate change with Asha Kayla, international sustainability expert
Liking the show? Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts here! Support us directly on Pozible! With 15 years in big corporations, working to increase their social responsibility and environmental sustainability, Asha became friends with host Georgia. They sit down for a chat about Asha' story, the power of finding your own story, and how Asha is building a social enterprise to help empower girls and young women. Asha has worked across large corporates in Australia and the UK She's contributed to the Australian UN Sustainable Development Goals working group, and the SDG's are explained and discussed Empowering girls and women and closing the gender equity gap is one of the most important things we need to do to fix climate change We hope you enjoy this, and with the Day of the Girl on October 11th, take the opportunity to reconsider gender equity, in this new light. Special Guest: Asha Kayla.Support ClimacticLinks:Asha Kayla HomepageOne Girl : HomeDrawdownSupport the show: https://www.climactic.fm/p/support-the-collective/
Meet Asha Kayla - SDG expert and speaker at SEVENTEENx Sydney
SEVENTEENx - SDG Convos with Mick Hase
A conversation with one of our SEVENTEENx Sydney speakers; Asha Kayla. Some great insights into the application of the SDGs and linking it to business. Asha is the FOUNDER and CEO of The Impact Faculty. She has 12+ years’ experience of working in Sustainable Business across public and private sectors internationally, holding senior positions in retail, logistics, ICT and government organisations. A Fellow of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership here in Sydney and a Cambridge University Sustainability Leadership Program Alumni. She has deep expertise in strategy, engagement and education to drive responsible and sustainable business practices. In order to use her #VoiceforGood, she writes, speaks, trains and influences in any way she can to create an inclusive and sustainable world. Originally from the UK, she has lived in Australia for nearly four years, has an Aussie husband and 3-year-old son. She loves living in the eastern suburbs and is partial to dark chocolate.