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Wednesday for WiMIs

Seawork's Women in Marine Industry (WiMI) event returns in person for Seawork 2022. Come and join us on Wednesday 22 June (day two of Seawork) at 1600 at the Maritime Journal VIP Lounge where our inspirational speakers will share their stories, their challenges, and their achievements. 

This year we’re delighted to welcome speaker Chrissie Clarke, Head of Diversity & Operations and Secretary to the Maritime Skills Commission at Maritime UK.

Chrissie is an innovative and strategic equality, diversity & inclusion disruptor who has a drive and passion for creating and delivering strategies and programmes to level the playing field for all. Chrissie joined Maritime UK after working in Australia for 12 years leading diversity and skills portfolios in the mining and property sectors as well as the Australian government. She studied Communications, Media and Culture at Oxford Brookes University and is a dual citizen of the UK and Australia.
 
As Head of Diversity and Operations, Chrissie is responsible for the Diversity in Maritime programme and initiatives and leading on Maritime UK's internal operations. Chrissie is also the Secretary to the Maritime Skills Commission which was established in 2020.
 
Chrissie loves to cook, meet new people, spend time with her family and found a passion for gardening during lockdown (including the odd bit of chainsawing!).

Sponsored by Barton Marine, the event offers women in the commercial marine industry an opportunity to share career experiences and know-how, hear about key industry developments, and share a convivial glass or two whilst renewing and expanding networks.

Sign up for Seawork (it’s free to attend) and add the Women in Marine Industry event to your schedule here
 
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