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Guli, Mina

Occupation
Business woman, Chief Executive Officer and Lawyer

Summary

Mina Guli studied law and science at Monash University and holds a Master of Laws from the Unversity of Melbourne. She is a business woman and activist in the area of climate change, and an early pioneer in the carbon market. She is CEO and founder of Thirst, which advocates around water scarcity.

Sources used to compile this entry: https://advance.org/ms-mina-guli/ (viewed 21 September 2016); http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/running-40-marathons-in-seven-weeks-how-glen-waverleys-mina-guli-is-tackling-water-shortage/news-story/f134be2e01458a40939a5faec838854e (viewed 21 September 2016).

Larissa Halonkin

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