Marina Carroll moderates PCA NSW Education Outlook 2022
Joined by industry leaders, Sydney Studio Leader Marina Carroll will be moderating the 2022 Education Outlook event by the Property Council of Australia.
The development of Innovation Precincts in New South Wales is an important step to ensure that world-class research, work and education are supported by placemaking and investment. With multiple innovation precincts well underway in varying stages across NSW, these districts will benefit the business, government, and community. Education plays a key role within these precincts.
Marina will lead a panel discussion of industry experts as they explore some of the barriers and solutions to bringing these Precincts to fruition.
As Leader of the Architectus Sydney studio Marina creates an energetic, inclusive, and collaborative culture where high performing designers thrive.
An expert in learning environments, many of Marina’s recent projects have been large-scale, future-focused transformations at major Australian universities. She has become a trusted advisor working closely with clients to define and develop their vision for the future. She has built a unique reputation for igniting project momentum and generating stakeholder buy-in.
The esteemed Education Outlook 2022 panel will include Michael West, Nation Education Development Director Charter Hall, Guy Fergusson, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Grant Samuel and Mark Broomfield, Director of Property at Macquarie University. The Keynote address will be provided by The Honourable Alister Henskens, Minister for Science, Innovation and Technology, Minister for Skills and Training Leader of the House in the Legislative Assembly.
Join the panel as they seek and quantify the size of the opportunity for investing in innovation districts and explore the important returns that investing or co-investing in the education sector plays a curating an innovation precinct and enabling the sector to grow.
Tickets for the event are available here.