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The Need for Housing Sustainability with Dr Dionne Payn

Season 8, Ep. 834

Dr Dionne Payn is the CEO and founder of High Impact Property Investments. Originally from the UK, she moved to Australia when she was 25 years old to take up an opportunity that aligned with her value of sustainability. She now focuses her passion of sustainability towards property development and wrote the successful book ‘Ethical Property Investing’.


In this episode, Dr. Payn will share the stories of how she went from partying in university, to her getting a PHD in sugarcane chemistry. As well as this, learn about how she got involved in property development and her passion behind sustainability!

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