Disrupting for Good: Lecture by Cara Peek
Disrupting for Good is a free public lecture delivered by Cara Peek and hosted by The UWA Institute of Agriculture
Cara identifies as many things – a Yawuru/Bunuba woman, a successful lawyer, a diverse entrepreneurial leader and even a part-time “cowgirl".
As co-founder of The Cultural Intelligence Project, she is currently launching an innovative First Nations Entrepreneurs hub; MakeItHappenHQ.
Cara also leads the annual female-run indigenous event Rhythm+Ride Rodeo, and is the current recipient of the prestigious Winston Churchill Fellowship and AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award.