October 19, 2021
7 to 8 P.M.
FREE. Registration Required.
Join the Museum for a discussion on sustainability with area experts, moderated by James Richardson of the City of Jacksonville’s Environmental Protection Board. The panelists will share tips on ways people can incorporate more sustainability into their day to day lives.
Mary Tappouni is a licensed General Contractor and the President of Breaking Ground Contracting, a commercial contracting firm. At Breaking Ground, Mary leads the construction operations. She also provides green building and sustainability consulting services, recently adding WELL AP, through the International WELL Building Institute to her list of sustainability and green building credentials.
Brianna Kilcullen is the founder of Anact, a sustainability consultant and hemp hustler. Anact is short for “an act”. The simple act of taking action and creating positive impact. Brianna’s simple act was to create a sustainable towel made out of hemp and organic cotton that is better for ALL people and the planet. In 2019, she helped legalize hemp in Florida while launching Anact.
Maria Jose Toro, self-proclaimed Compassion Advocate, is passionate about people and the planet. She believes that the most sustainable way to create a better world is to help others help themselves by empowering them to develop tools they can use to elevate the quality of their life. From personal development to sustainability, she offers approachable and compassionate approaches that help others better understand themselves and create a more fulfilling life.