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Leave no-one behind: How gender diverse EM will help save us (all) from a Zombie Apocalypse

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How will we survive and thrive come the Zombie Apocalypse? Could gender diversity in our emergency management sector be the key to ensuring no-one gets left behind? 

Join us on International Womens Day for an entertaining evening with senior leaders from the sector, as they take a light hearted (but deadly serious) look at why gender diversity is critically important in the emergency management sector.

Whether it's emergency management policy, health, response, or community resilience and recovery - having diversity at our leadership tables is going to be crucial to whether we all survive the Zombie Apocalypse.

Closed captions and Auslan interpreter will be provided.

The panel:

Beth Eggleston
Humanitarian Advisory Group

Jo Guard
Manager, Continuous Improvement (Acting)
National Emergency Management Agency Te Rākau Whakamarumaru

Andrew Pengilley
Public health physician

Michelle Villeneuve 
Associate Professor,
University of Sydney, Centre for Disability Research and Policy

The event will be facilitated by:

Amanda Lamont
Co-founder, Australasian Women in Emergencies network

Photo by Daniel Jensen on Unsplash

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