Lauren Sandon "Enough is Enough"“A lot of us women on site tend to feel very isolated. For me after six years I built up a wall. I was forced to adapt and become ‘one of the boys’... I’m now ready to challenge this but I can’t do it alone. So I’m now reaching out to all of you…”
Lauren Sandon, a contaminated sites scientist, often found herself working on construction or mine sites as the only female with 40 other men. She applied for @HomewardBound to get the message out there of what the reality is for many women working on site, and to confront some of her experiences that had been holding her back.
We are honoured to have Lauren as one of our guest panelists at our WA panel on WOMEN IN STEMM at @LunaLeederville on Tues SEP 29, 6:15PM
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