This APSAA Industry Guidelines and Best Practice Webinar will relate to the APSAA Industry Guidelines, covering Sustainability in 2020 and Beyond. The panel discussion follows the webinar presentation on Sustainability on 28 October 2020. Be sure you register (and attend!) the webinar on 28 October also!
This Panel Discussion on Sustainability in 2020 and Beyond will focus on the topics covered in the webinar presentation on 28 October.
APSAA is pleased to present the following panel members to discuss Sustainability in 2020 and Beyond.
Driven by enhancing the Student Experience, Caitlin takes pride in providing the best holistic event program possible.
As an Engagement Manager her goals include ensuring residents have a well-balanced life, creating upskill workshops for students to thrive and implementing a comprehensive and educational sustainability initiative in the two of the buildings she oversees.
Through her sustainability initiative Caitlin has been able to successfully implement and manage key waste management strategies that have seen residents use more effective waste solutions.
Steven Koo is the Head of Facilities for the student residences at Sunway Education Group. He has been in the student accommodation field for 7 years.
His area of expertise includes Building inspections, renovation, refurbishment, relocation and project management. As the Head of Facilities, he currently oversees activities related to building upkeep, waste disposal, landscaping, and safety issues. He manages a portfolio of nearly 6,000 beds spread across 3 sites with a 15 – strong team.
Steven holds a Bachelor degree in International Business Administration from University of Northumbria in Newcastle. He is also a business graduate for Advance Business Executive (ABE, UK) and was elected as outstanding student in 2001.
Dr Helen Lamb is Principal of Medley Hall residential college in Melbourne. The college has a strong commitment to social and environmental sustainability and she has implemented many initiatives to effect positive change.
An enthusiastic advocate for sustainability in all areas of her professional and personal life, Helen is a keen veggie gardener, chicken keeper and bike commuter.
Roxana has 18 years experience living and working in the Residential College environment. She has been heavily involved in all aspects including holding various student leadership roles, being a Resident Assistant (RA) for a number of years, and later the Assistant to the
Principal. Her latest role at Grace College is as the Deputy Principal and Dean of Students (8 years).
Her academic background includes two undergraduate degrees in Natural Resource Economics, and Arts (Sociology and Spanish); and a postgraduate degree, Master of Social Science all from The University of Queensland. Roxana is currently completing a Diploma of
Counselling and Diploma of Leadership Management. Roxana and Grace College are passionate about working with our residents to care for our environment and to do what we can, great or small, to sustain for future generations.