Stan Grant in conversation with Mina Guli

Join Stan Grant in conversation with leading water advocate and one of Fortune’s 50 greatest leaders in the world, Mina Guli online on Tuesday 16 June 2020 from 5pm - 6pm.

Mina will share her story of how she started running when, at 21, she severely injured her back after a swimming pool prank went wrong, and was told “you’ll never run after this”.  Mina went on to defy doctors orders running ultra marathon after ultra marathon eventually achieving 63 marathons in 63 days - only stopping because she broke her leg from running so hard!

Mina, a global leader in water conservation, is inspired to run these extraordinary distances driven by a desire to solve the global water crisis.

THE QUESTION ISN’T IF WE WILL RUN OUT OF WATER.

IT’S WHEN - UNLESS WE CHANGE.

By 2030, the world will face a 40% shortfall in the global supply of accessible, reliable water.

“If we do something about this, we’ll still be young enough to be able see the planet that we saved because we all pulled together and innovated to solve this water crisis.”

Mina has visited every continent on the planet and along the way has spoken to countless people about the global water crisis.

Join Mina and Stan for a thought provoking and inspired evening on Tuesday 16th June from 5pm-6pm.

Further Information:

Mina Guli was selected by Advance Australia Fair as one of the 50 leading Australians in Asia and is the recipient of a Future Leadership Award from the Australia Davos Connection.  In 2010 she was recognised as a Young Global Leader by the Work Economic Forum and in 2011 named as one of Australia’s “50 for the future”.

Also awarded Fortune world's greatest 50 leaders list 2016.

In October 2019 Mina Guli was named one of The Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence in the Global category.

Book your place on this unmissable one-off, live, free, online event https://bit.ly/2ZFybDB

This presentation is part of the Charles Sturt University Exploration Series and brought to you by the Charles Sturt University Innovation Hubs.

For more information on Charles Sturt University's Innovation Hubs contact Annette Davies, AgriTech Incubator Manager, andavies@csu.edu.au.