Stories of Change: Byron Bay
Join us for Stories of Change: a storytelling night with inspiring changemakers who will share their experiences and challenges working at the forefront of the Australian environment and climate movements.
Listen closely as our speakers read a ‘Letter to their younger self’, sharing the invaluable insights they wished they had known during their transformative leadership journeys.
- Nan Nicholson – activist and author best known for her work protecting the Big Scrub Rainforest
- Jo Immig – former Coordinator of the National Toxics Network
- Liz Skelton – Thought leader, capacity builder, consultant, author, and facilitator of leadership for social and adaptive system change
- Nina Karnikowski – Nina is an Australian travel writer, published author, and sustainable travel advocate.
- Techa Beaumont – Executive Director, Mullum S.E.E.D. – Sustainability Education and Enterprise Development
- Maddy Braddon – Fundraiser at the Climate and Health Alliance
Also joining us will be Georgia James Potter a musician and florist, known for her art-rock band Moreton and co-founding Byron Bay florist Brær. For this event, Georgia will be facilitating a hands-on, communal flower arrangement using local, slow flowers from Flower House Newrybar. And will also be providing musical inspiration with her song ‘Circles’.
About the event:
- When: Friday, 24th November 5:30 pm – 7.30pm
- Where: The Farm, Ewingsdale.
- This is a FREE event but it is essential to RSVP. Please feel free to bring along a friend, just be sure to register for them too.
- Dinner and drinks are available
Kids and families are most welcome! Generously supported by Bank Australia.
This venue is accessible, with accessible toilets. We will have seats available for people who need them. There won’t be an Auslan interpreter but if this is what you need, we are more than happy to provide one. Please let us know. All public areas of The Farm are wheelchair accessible.