MEDIA RELEASE: The next generation ready to lead Victoria into the future
Victoria’s next generation of leaders will share their vision for the future of Victoria when they take to the podium at the Victoria Summit 2021’s next phase, Voices of Tomorrow, on Tuesday 7 December.
Three prominent, panel speakers will share their journeys, visions and goals for the Victoria they would like to be living and working in by 2050 and discuss the challenges and opportunities their generation will face over the next three decades.
Youth Activating Youth co-founder and 2022 Victorian Young Australian of the Year Ahmed Hassan, Council of International Students National President Belle Lim, and award-winning climate change communicator, researcher and operator Stephanie Hall will be part of the esteemed panel.
There will also be a special keynote address by the Hon. Martin Pakula MP, Victorian Minister for Industry Support and Recovery, Trade, Business Precincts, Tourism, Sport, Major Events and Racing on his aspirations for the state over the next 30 years.
This next instalment of the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry-powered Victoria Summit follows August’s Vision Day and October’s Pathways Day and will continue building a playbook that will detail the journey towards achieving a shared, bold, compelling and aspirational vision for Victoria.
The Victorian Summit 2021 Voices of Tomorrow will be held on Tuesday 7 December 2021, at 2.30pm-6.30pm in the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. More information can be found on our events page.
To be attributed to Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive Paul Guerra:
“Our young people are key to Victoria’s future prosperity; we need to listen to them and understand their motivations and aspirations as we continue to work on the playbook.
“The importance of our youth has been a consistent theme throughout the Victoria Summit process and the Victorian Chamber has scheduled this additional public forum to ensure they have an adequate platform and input into the process.
“Our current leaders have a responsibility and obligation to foster the voices coming through and to leave them a better Victoria, a state that is the best place to live, work and operate a business.”
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