What is Triple Es Webinar?
The Triple Es Webinar Series discusses career development in the environmental sector for Black women, gender diverse, and non-binary individuals
This second installment focuses on employment opportunities in the environmental sector and adjacent fields available to you!
Whether you're a student, considering a career change, or just curious about what jobs in the environmental field look like, we'll answer all your burning questions. Don't miss this chance to discover your path to success in the exciting and rewarding world of environmental careers.
Meet our panelists !
Faith Edem (She/Her) :
Faith Edem is a sustainability change agent at Environment and Climate Change Canada. She specializes in climate finance, energy policy, and sustainability, and has been recognized as a 2022 Aspen Institute Future Leader, 2021 Corporate Knight 30 under 30 Sustainability Leader, and Circularity 2021 Emerging Leader. Faith is a published climate resilience author and an advocate for youth mentorship in support of Canada's climate goals.
Tseli Moshabesha (She/Her)
Tseli Moshabesha previously managed the 'Our Human Energy' project at Efficiency Canada, where she leveraged creative storytelling and stakeholder partnerships to raise awareness about how the energy efficiency sector boosts economic development and creates jobs while tackling climate change.
Prior to this, she worked with the UN Convention on Biological Diversity on strategic partnerships on business and biodiversity. She has previously worked with the Aga Khan Foundation, the International Civil Aviation Organization, the United Nations Development Programme, and the Southern African Development Community. She currently chairs the Black Alumni Council at Concordia University, which she founded with the University in September 2019.
Celine Isimbi (She/Her):
Celine Isimbi is a Black geographer and 4th-year undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo. Pursuing a joint honours degree in Environment, Resources and Sustainability & Geography and Environmental Management, she is a published essayist in Intersectional Environmentalist and TRAD Magazine. In 2022, her essay After Apartheid, Green Spaces are still White Spaces, was published in the book Nature Is A Human Right, available through Penguin Random House.
Catalina Albury (They/Them) :
Catalina Albury is an Afro-Caribbean researcher located in located in Vancouver, BC on unceeded xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) territory. They completed their MSc, which specialized in microbial ecophysiology.They are passionate about promoting science to young people and reducing barriers to entry in STEMM fields. Catalina has designed and facilitated coding workshops for Black and underrepresented youth and currently works for the Innovation Secretariat of Statistics Canada, where they provide support in open source technology such as R, Python, and Git.
We hope to see you there !
Together we bloom! 🌱