VOL.37- Women, Science and Conservation Wednesday 19 September, 2018
Botanic Garden's Visitor Centre

PechaKucha Night Christchurch is teaming up with Christchurch City Council to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage and Conservation Week with a night of quick-fire talks by some amazing women!

We are proud to bring you a collection of local women including a marine biologist working with the world's rarest and smallest dolphins, an adventurer who returned from a 29-day expedition across the Greenland Icecap, a young musician speaking on the power of rest and creativity, an entrepreneur starting a podcast focused on women change-makers, a writer working on a book about women and World II and more.


Hollie Woodhouse // Adventurer // Power of 'Do vs Dream'

Kristina Macdonald // Ecologist // Truth bee told

Jo Bailey // Writer, Author and Editor // Writing, Women and World II

Fiona Thomson // Ecologist, Dog Lover // Can dogs sniff out a Needle in A Haystack?

Brianne Fick // Marketing and Innovation Advisor // Gender bias and technology

Becky Watson // Therapeutic Social Worker // Cultivating rhythms of rest through creativity

Victoria Metcalf // Scientist // Celebrating the unlovable and the unseen

Zahra Hussaini // Lab Technician, Interpreter, Youth Coordinator // Who is Hussain to me.

Amy Johnston Bray // Interpretation and Exhibition Designer // Conversation about conservation-engaging the public to act

Rebecca (Bek) Tavete // Founder ARGO beach Co-working Limited // A Contribution to Sustainability

María Jesús Valdés Hernández // Marine Biologist // Working with the world's rarest and smallest dolphins

PechaKucha Nights are devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture.