Walker’s Legacy will host a brunch discussion in Detroit, MI on climate impacts and strategies in developing clean infrastructure with some of the nation’s most critical women thought-leaders. The program, in partnership with the Clean Water for All Campaign and National Business League, will discuss topics such as renewable energy, climate preservation, cleantech and climate’s impact on communities of color.
Monday, November 6, 2017
10:00 am – 11:30 am
St. Regis Hotel
3071 W. Grand Blvd
Detroit MI 48202
Participants and speakers include:
The Honorable Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14), Congress of the United States of America
Rhonda Grayer, WT Stevens Construction (Flint, MI)
Donele Wilkins, President and CEO, Green Door Initiative (Detroit, MI)
Rita Brown, President, BCC+ and past president, National Women in Construction (Detroit Chapter)
Rosemary Enobakhare, Clean Water for All Campaign
Anistia Thomas, Phiaria Insurance and Detroit Chair, Walker’s Legacy
Audra Carson, Founder/CEO, De-Tread+
From disparities in clean water and public health to access to opportunities in the clean energy economy, climate and sustainability are impacting the way we do business every day. States, cities, and businesses across the country are moving forward with clean energy solutions that reduce air and carbon pollution and grow the clean energy economy, creating good-paying American jobs. The engaging discussion will explore the experiences of the featured experts and entrepreneurs.