VP of Gamification & Sensor Technology at Bally’s Interactive Sam Miri discusses a unique upcoming conference for female professional leaders interested in marine biodiversity: Women Leaders Protecting the Coral Triangle’s Threatened Biodiversity and Endangered Species.
Multifaceted issues call for multiple focal points.. That has long been the perspective of executive leader Sam Miri. He is excited to see that an upcoming event for women in leadership will embrace that very concept! Calling in the viewpoints and voices of the women who make up major organizations across various sectors and industries, this event sets out to shine the spotlight on issues of environmental conservation. But more than that, the event aspires to send a call to action that not only prompts discussion, but decisions that may be able to better the sustainability of the coral triangle.
The event, which is called Women Leaders Protecting the Coral Triangle’s Threatened Biodiversity and Endangered Species, will be hosted virtually by beauty brand and women’s empowerment powerhouse, Mary Kay. It has been made possible by a collaboration between the Coral Triangle Regional Secretariat Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security, The Nature Conservancy and the Coral Triangle Center. Sam Miri is eager to hear what proactive ideas will transpire from this leadership event!