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Exceptional Distinction for Julie Moskalyk

Monday, December 02, 2019 12:59 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


Julie Moskalik, Science North’s Science Director and member of CASC’s Board of Directors is among 75 women selected worldwide for the fifth Homeward Bound cohort (HB5), and one of only three Canadians. HB5 is a global 10-year initiative to equip women in STEMM fields with skills to lead, influence policy, and make decisions to help create a sustainable future for our planet.

Julie comments “I am so honoured to have been selected for this incredible opportunity. I look forward to meeting the other amazing women on #TeamHB5, sharing our experiences and collectively working with the other 4 cohorts to activate our learnings and visions globally.” 


The program’s founder, Fabian Dattner said “The aim of Homeward Bound has always been to identify and foster outstanding leadership potential in STEMM and Julie is exactly the kind of person I had in mind when I dreamt of this program.”

Since 1985, Julie has played an instrumental role at Science North, engaging visitors of all ages with informal science engagement and enhanced visitor experiences. Her area of expertise is Entomology and she has a passion for natural sciences.


Related Articles:

https://www.thesudburystar.com/news/local-news/special-honour-for-sudbury-scientist

https://www.sudbury.com/local-news/science-norths-julie-moskalyk-selected-for-prestigious-women-in-science-development-program-1829214

http://homewardboundprojects.com.au/hb1-participants/hb5-participants/



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