November 24, 2020 | RLI Managing Director Kathrin Goldammer is part of the founding team of the network “Women in Green Hydrogen”. This is an international platform for women working and researching in the field of green hydrogen. The associated database of women experts was published today.
Increase women’s visibility
The initiative was launched by the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and with financial support from the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Ten women from Europe and the USA form the founding team. Female experts from all over the world will thus be given the opportunity to network and improve the visibility of women in this field.
Data base helps to find female hydrogen experts
In particular, the database is intended to provide a resource for media professionals and those responsible for event organization to increase diversity and to find potential female experts and speakers for their formats. Interested women can become members of Women in Green Hydrogen via the website and register for the database. The network also plans peer learning formats, network events, and presence in social media.