I’m thankful to the group of people who give me the confidence to make my ideas happen and links to organisations like The Prospectory.
Now Alison and the team have shown their belief in me to develop my use cases, so my walk to school has just increased pace to help even more people make healthier choices. So it’s another exciting phase coming up for me and the pin badge!
The collage on the header is made from images on Unsplash.
This year I’ve been invited to contribute to an online event organised by Soroptimist International on 8th March. I’ll be joining a local club and talking about how Perfect Sense AQ can empower everyone to learn about the ethical use of technology and how we can all turn data into information to protect our health and the environment.
Thanks to an invite from Leeds City Council’s Climate Emergency Advisory Committee, I participated in January’s meeting and shared the impact of a pin badge made with graphene. Great to watch it live in a break from online lessons!