Spotlighting 10 women founders / co-founders running early-stage technology companies with innovations that address water/wastewater challenges
In recognition of March 8th International Women’s Day, Mazarine and partners welcome you to join us in recognizing 10 entrepreneurs who are passionate about leveraging technology to address inefficiencies and mitigate risks relating to water and/or wastewater.
Whilst their company’s offerings address their customers’ water/wastewater challenges, these 10 entrepreneurs understand that they are ultimately in the business of environmental stewardship, climate adaption, and public health & safety.
With innovations spanning chemistry, data science, materials science, microbiology, and process engineering, these 10 entrepreneurs are representative of the hundreds of women entrepreneurs who wake up each day committed to “fixing” the way industry and society manage/use water, or deal with wastewater and stormwater. Thanks to corporates, nonprofits, consultants, and the public sector for their efforts, but similar to other modern-day challenges it’s entrepreneurship that will help humanity more effectively address our growing water/wastewater-related challenges.
Format The 60-minute program includes interviews with each of the 10 entrepreneurs, followed by a Q&A with the audience about water/wastewater trends and opportunities. This event is sans-powerpoint, and intended to be more conversational than pitches or presentations.
Moderators John Robinson, Mazarine
Abby Davey, H2O Global News
Macarena Cataldo-Hernandez, CEO, Viridis Research.
Jennifer Kim, CEO, SEUNwater
Ainhoa Lete, President, BuntPlanet
Carol Maxwell, CEO, MICROrganic Technologies
Julie Bliss Mullen, CEO, Aclarity
Paige Peters, CEO, Rapid Radicals
Meena Sankaran, CEO, KETOS
Karen Schuett, CEO, Livestock Water Recycling
Erika Schwarz Taylor, PhD, Co-Founder, EQO
Amanda Siqueira , CEO, VAPAR