One Young World x Department of Education: Green Jobs Event



Date: November 7th 2021

Time: 4:15pm-5:00pm GMT

Join us for this event exploring green careers, organised in partnership with the Department for Education and The Prince's Trust as part of the COP26 Green Zone agenda. "So you want a Green job?" will examine existing examples of green careers and offer practical guidance on how young people can access these opportunities in all sectors of the economy.



for this session:







Julien Ferrere

Global Partnerships Manager at One Young World

Réunion Island

Julien obtained a bachelor's degree in Business from the Department of International Relations at La Sorbonne. He is apart of the first generation in his family to graduate from university. He recently joined a group of activists from Reunion, raising awareness on social issues with a specific lens on LGBTI+, organising this year the first ever LGBTIQ+ Visibility March in the history of the island. He strongly believes in equal access to health, education and financial literacy.



Milie Hodgkinson

Global Partnerships Manager at One Young World

United Kingdom

Millie Hodgkinson is Global Partnerships Manager at One Young World. She works with organisations around the world on their HR, CSR and Sustainability strategies, developing programmes around the One Young World Summit to allow young leaders' voices to be heard on a global platform.


Jamila Sealy

Jamilla Sealy

Project Coordinator at the Ministry of Environment and National Beautification


Jamila is an environment professional, currently working as an Assistant Project Coordinator in the Biodiversity and Conservation Section of the Ministry of Environment and National Beautification in Barbados. She has forged her path to environmental management and education from a young age, growing up in a rural area and curious about how nature works.

Sapphire Vital

Sapphire Vital

Sustainable Energy Junior Engineer at the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency


Sapphire joined the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency under the Regional Energy Apprenticeship Programme with a focus on project development in the newly launched Project Preparation Facility. In her career thus far, Sapphire has worked with several fascinating initiatives ranging from a long-term infrastructure assessment in St. Lucia to a circular-economy rural electrification project in Northern Uganda.

Brighton Kaoma

Brighton Kaoma

Co-founder of KARTON


Brighton has worked in the private sector, co-founded Impact Hub Lusaka and KARTON Logistics- a technology-enabled digital logistics platform that aggregates end-to-end logistics to help cargo movers and small business owners become more efficient and viable. Brighton is a 2015 recipient of the Queen's Young Leaders Award from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. In 2016 he became the 1st African to be awarded The WWF International President's Award for his work in sustainable development, climate advocacy, and youth empowerment. 


COP 26 Green Zone Sessions


This event is part of the COP26 Summit Green Zone agenda. Click to learn more about One Young World's presence at COP26.


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