We are delighted to invite you to Women in Green Hydrogen’s third networking event! The event will take place online and will be held on the 29th of September and the 7th of October to accommodate different time zones.

After almost two years of flexible remote working, a return to the office seems just around the corner. While working from home offered the flexibility of juggling personal life with work and spared drudgingly long commutes, for many women – who bore the disproportionate brunt of home-schooling, housework and childcare – the pandemic widened pre-existing gender inequalities.

With that in mind: is the return to the office a relief or a dread? Will it ease or exacerbate the distinction between home and personal life? Will we have more, or less, free time? For every woman, it will be a different story.

The purpose of this event is to create a space for women working in the green hydrogen sector to share their key takeaways from the last 18 months. The goal is to exchange experiences, stories, and ideas, and work towards envisioning and building a green hydrogen sector that works for everyone.

The event will offer the chance to network with our community and hear from incredible key speakers on how they navigate the balance and set boundaries between work and home.

Western Time Zone: 29th of September from 6:00 – 7:15pm CEST.

Register here

TimeTopicSpeakers and Moderators
6:00 – 6:10IntroductionOghosa Erhahon, Lawyer & Energy Analyst
Kathrin Goldammer, Managing Director at Reiner Lemoine Institute
6:10 – 6:25Share Your StoriesDiane Chadwick-Jones, former Director of Human Performance at bp
Rayne Cyla Handley, Managing Director at GRM Intelligence
Monica Bormetti, Organisational Psychologist | Founder of Smart Break
6:25 – 7:05Networking SessionBreakout Room Discussions
7:05 – 7:15Wrap upOghosa Erhahon, Lawyer & Energy Analyst
Kathrin Goldammer, Managing Director at Reiner Lemoine Institute

Eastern Time Zone: 7th October from 9:30 – 10:45am CEST

Register here

TimeTopicSpeakers and Moderators
9:30 – 9:40IntroductionOghosa Erhahon, Lawyer & Energy Analyst
Kathrin Goldammer, Managing Director at Reiner Lemoine Institute
9:40 – 9:55Share your StoriesRayne Cyla Handley, Managing Director at GRM Intelligence
Viviana Widjaja, Holistic Business Coach
Susanne Grant, Work-life Balance Expert and International Bestselling Author of ” Drop The MF Struggle”
9:55 – 10:35Networking SessionsBreakout Room Discussions
10:35-10:45Wrap UpOghosa Erhahon, Lawyer & Energy Analyst
Kathrin Goldammer, Managing Director at Reiner Lemoine Institute

Introducing our Speakers

Diane Chadwick-Jones

Diane is a graduate of Imperial College London and had an extensive career in bp spanning a number of businesses and functions including exploration and production, refining and chemicals, and has worked in Belgium, Brazil and Egypt in operations and safety roles. In her positions related to safety culture and human performance, she was instrumental in the refresh of bp’s values, and delivering cultural change to enable safety improvement. This included operationalising a “systems thinking” approach to boost efficiency and reduce the risk of mistakes. Diane now focuses on education, mentoring and advocacy related to modernising the approach to safety.

Viviana Widjaja

Viviana is an ICF (International Coaching Federation) Associate Certified Coach. She has worked with solopreneurs and small business owners to harness their business strategies and align their life purpose with their business. In her holistic business coaching, she covers four frameworks: work-life balance, envisioning, personal and professional development, and business development. Coaching is a transformational tool for her to develop herself and the clients she serves. She has a passionate interest in spirituality and is dedicated to personal growth.

Rayne Cyla Handley

Rayne, based in Cape Town, South Africa, has attained a BCom, BCom Honours, and an MCom all cum laude. She is the Shareholder and Managing Director of GRM Intelligence, a globally recognised market and business intelligence consultancy that focuses on the African continent. She is a published author with extensive quantitative and qualitative research experience in both the academic and professional arenas. Rayne regularly lends her expertise at conferences, symposiums, and as a contributor to industry publications. Despite this demanding career, Rayne has been able to find a balance between the pursuit of success with the pursuit of wellness by learning to design her life around her needs and desires as opposed to squeezing her needs and desires around her life.

Monica Bormetti

Monica is an Organisational Psychologist who provides training and coaching for companies and professionals on digital wellbeing. Her main focus is how to promote a healthy use of technology in the workplace to help knowledge workers be more mindful and work better. In 2017 she founded smartbreak.it, a project that promotes a mindful use of digital media. In 2018, Monica did a TEDx talk on “The Creative Power of Boredom” and in 2019 she published her book “#Egophonia” in Italy.

Susanne Grant

Susanne is an Award-winning Work-Life Balance Integration Expert, Business Coach & Consultant, and International Bestselling Author of the book “Drop The MF Struggle. She helps organisations navigate the 4-day work-weeks & hybrid working model to reduce stress-related absence costs, increase job satisfaction and preformance. Her work has been featured in Authority Magazine, The Global Millionaire Magazine, Thrive Global, and many more. In fact, thousands of people have benefited from her work as they implement Susanne’s motto: “Work Smarter, Not Harder”. Find out more about Susanne at grantmethod.com.

Questions? Please contact: info@wigh.network