Women in Green Energy & Innovation (hosted by Vestas)
Are you curious to hear about how it is to work within the Sustainable Energy industry? Now you have the chance to connect with leaders from Vestas!
Info about event
Please find below a special invitation from Vestas to all our female PhD students and JRs to learn more about the opportunities within the sustainability energy industry.
At Vestas, we are striving to become the most inclusive, socially responsible and sustainable employer within the energy industry. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce is vital for accelerating the green energy transition globally.
Join this event and get to know a bit more about Vestas Sustainability agenda, where both diversity and inclusion play a key role. One of the key components of our D&I strategy is to increase the number of women in our leadership positions, so this is a chance for you to get to know some of our female leaders and for Vestas to get to know you.
08:30 -08:45 (15’): Welcome by Event Sponsor - Bo Svoldgaard, Senior Vice President of Innovation & Concepts Department
08:45 - 09:05 (20’): Sustainability, presented by Lisa Ekstrand - Senior Director & Head of Sustainability
09:05 - 09:15 (10’): Diversity & Inclusion at Vestas presented by Anne Engemann Rasmussen - Head of Global Rewards & D&I
09:15 - 09:40 (25’) Meet some of our female Leaders:
- Elena Arias Losada - Director, Head of Global Repair Operations
- Dorthe Kvist – Senior Project Manager Innovation Management
09:40 - 09:50 (10´): Questions to the audience
09:50 – 10:00 (10´): Q&A
10:00 – 10:15 (15´): Session closing - Bo Svoldgaard, Vestas/Aarhus University
Cancellation Courtesy Policy
We kindly request that you promptly cancel your participation as soon as you know that you cannot attend. Late cancellations and not cancelling at all, greatly impact our work in three significant ways:
- Candidates on the waiting list are not able to attend
- The quality of the course or workshop cannot be guaranteed when groups are too small
- Prepared and paid resources are wasted when registered participants do not show up