Join us for the upcoming WiTWA TechXchange meet up where Lucie Hammond, CEO and Founder of Diversifly will be talking about applying virtual reality technology to learning and development, and specifically on new ways to progress diversity through interactive VR experiences. This is not just a disruptive training program using sexy tech, although it is that, but it is also a huge opportunity to enable the human race to understand one another more deeply, and for enterprise to fuel the global diversity movement forward!
Lucie Hammond created Diversifly from a long-standing passion for equality and people potential. She combined corporate communication and change project experience, with the more recent additions of coaching, counselling and psychotherapy, to create a training company specialising in diversity and inclusion and people performance. After completing the Founder Institute's acceleration and commercialisation course for tech start-ups, she translated leadership and workforce diversity content into virtual reality, creating a leading-edge training product to help business drive performance through people power.
In her past life (pre-kids) Lucie managed corporate communication teams and consulted agency-side in various sectors, including finance, oil and gas, professional services, insurance and telecommunications. She has more than a decade of experience in employee communication and change programs, executive coaching, and PR and marketing across Europe and Australia. Come and meet Lucie, hear the story of Diversifly and if you are lucky – try the product!
Due to demand and feedback, we are trying a new and slightly bigger venue - The Globe which is part of the 140 William complex on the Wellington Street end. Keep an eye out for our banners - you will find us at the back on the left. Members and non-Members of all gender are welcome - come on your own or bring a friend. Tickets are $15 for all and including some bites to eat. There will be a cash bar.
Secure your tickets via Eventbrite or our Meetup Group.
Our thanks to the Department of Communities for sponsoring the WiTWA TECHXchange event series in 2017. Thanks to this sponsorship we are able to offer 20 free tickets to women currently studying, unemployed or looking to enter into a role within the technology sector.