Our Chair Cristina Lanz Azcarate will be taking part in a panel discussion which will focus on the female perspective on the changes required to make our industry better than it was before Covid 19. Building People will be running this session as the final one of a series which, so far, has involved perspectives from grassroots initiatives in the realm of Ex-military, LGBTQ+ , Ex-offenders and BAME.
Building People’s Event Description:
Is this your opportunity to deliver the change that you want to see? Hear from leaders driving change through their work with women and find out how to join in.
Sue Brown, managing director, Real Estate Balance: Sue Brown is managing director for Real Estate Balance and she leads the organisation’s campaign to address the gender imbalance in property, working to secure a future in which women represent half the industry’s senior leadership positions. Sue has three decades of business, property, and economic-development experience.
Cristina Lanz Azcarate RIBA, ARB, NAWIC: A Chartered Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Cristina is the Chair of the London and South East region for NAWIC (the National Association of Women in Construction) and also Director and co-founder of atelier EURA, a design studio specialised in architecture. Cristina is also part of RIBA’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Group (and Mayor of London’s Design Advocate Organisation), Architects for Change and a Mentor at the pan-professional Fluid Mentoring.
Livia Williams MBA FIoR, Co-Founder, Women in Roofing: Livia Williams MBA FIoR has over 22 years’ experience working in the construction industry both in the private and social housing sector. She has held several high‐level, strategic roles which have allowed her to have a significant impact in shaping the diversity, fairness and skills agenda in the roofing industry and encourage collaboration.
Rebecca Lovelace (Founder and Chief Dot-joiner, Building People) is an expert in connecting people to opportunities across the Built Environment. Increasing diversity, reducing skills shortages and maximising social value.