WRI congratulates Juliet Duffy, Director of Regional EnviroScience and Chair of WRI for being recognised by The Australian Financial Review's 100 Women of Influence for 2018.
Juliet has been recognised as an alumni of the Women of Influence in the Local and Regional category. This category acknowledges women who are having a positive impact in their community at local, rural or regional level across the business, community, not for profit, the arts or government sectors.
Juliet has served on WRI's Board of Directors for over 10 years, bring her wealth of business expertise and regional development experience.
In addition to this honour, Juliet was named NSW Regional Woman of the Year in March and Juliet's company, Regional EnviroScience, based in Dubbo was listed in the AFR Fast 100 in November last year.
Regional EnviroScience is an occupational and environmental hygiene consultancy which specialises in asbestos, pollution incidents, meth lab clean-ups, contaminated sites and air and water monitoring.
EnviroScience protects the health of people and the environment through detecting and monitoring a range of contaminants in the air, water, soil and materials.
Juliet is leading the field for entrepreneurial, regional women in a STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Maths) focused business and we are delighted to have her as WRI's Chair.
You can read more about the awards here: http://www.afrwomenofinfluence.com.au/awards/