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YSPN Auckland presents: The Wellington Pop-up

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Victoria University of Wellington

21 Kelburn Parade, Kelburn

Wellington, Wellington 6012

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The Young Sikh Professionals Network (YSPN) is popping up in Wellington for a night of networking, exploring identity & building community.

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Founded in Australia and launched in New Zealand in 2017, the Young Sikh Professionals Network (YSPN) works to create the conditions for young Sikh professionals to succeed and amplify their influence. Since inception in 2012, YSPN has grown to five active chapters across Australia and NZ and held ~85 events across six different geographies. We boast a team of 50+ volunteers, all young professionals themselves, and have 1000+ people attending our events each year.

Following two years of sold out events in Auckland, the Young Sikh Professionals Network New Zealand (YSPN) is excited to pop-up in our capital city - Wellington! On the night, we will have a keynote address by Dr. Malvindar Singh-Bains (Neuroscientist and nominee for Young New Zealander of the Year in 2015 and 2016) around her personal and professional journey as a young Sikh professional. This event will also be a great chance for you to mingle with like minded individuals from the community and start building up your own networks.

Dr. Malvindar Singh-Bains is a neuroscientist based at the University of Auckland Centre for Brain Research. She is most well known for her work in promoting brain health and awareness of neurodegenerative diseases. In 2013 she established the Huntington’s Disease Youth Organisation of New Zealand, a charity devoted to supporting NZ youth effected by Huntington’s Disease.In August 2014, Malvindar was one of the youngest speakers to present at the Hereditary Disease Foundation Conference in Boston and for the past ten years, her passion for improving the lives of those with incurable diseases has developed into a passion for research into brain disease and for promoting brain health and awareness of the impact of brain diseases.

Please note that seats for this event are limited and ticket sales will end when we reach capacity so secure your ticket now. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Victoria University of Wellington

21 Kelburn Parade, Kelburn

Wellington, Wellington 6012

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