Startup Stories - Sarah Williams (What Were You Wearing)
As the driving force behind WWYW, she's pioneered Australia's first-ever exhibition and music festival focused on sexual violence awareness. Her advocacy has also led to the creation of a Survivor Advocates Advisory Group, giving student survivors a powerful voice for institutional change.
Don't miss the chance to be inspired by Sarah Williams at Startup Stories—a morning of empowerment and insights into her journey of transforming society through education and advocacy.
Order of Proceedings
8:00AM - Doors open (Darks Coffee Roasters cart in operation)
8:15AM - Housekeeping and introduction
8:20AM - Overview from Ryan and Jude
8:40AM - Participant submitted Q&A
8:50AM - Additional Q&A with audience
9:00AM - Event concludes
What is I2N?
The University of Newcastle's Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) is responsible for driving economic diversity and business growth through innovation and entrepreneurship. At its network of innovation hubs, which are home to the Hunter region’s most promising innovators and entrepreneurs, the I2N delivers a range of enterprise skill-building programs that develop ideas into sustainable, global businesses.
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