It seems that Natalie will attend the IAA Mobility in Munich as a speaker next September 5.
The press release reads as follows:
Academy award-winning actress Natalie Portman will be appearing at IAA MOBILITY 2023 as a keynote speaker at the IAA Conference on 5 September 2023.
IAA MOBILITY will see people from all walks of life sharing their views on tomorrow’s mobility. Up until now, these have primarily been leaders from politics and business. In 2023, IAA MOBILITY opens up to integrate even more significant perspectives by relevant speakers. These speakers will be taking a complementary and inspiring look at the challenges facing the mobility sector, as well as the solutions that have been put forward there, and presenting their own points of view. They also allow communities to participate in the discourse at IAA Mobility that would otherwise probably be left out.
One of them is Natalie Portman who will be appearing at the IAA Conference as part of the IAA Summit being held at Trade Fair Center Messe München. She is looking forward to joining industry leaders who will share their perspectives on mobility with the industry and the public on 5 September 2023 on the Main Stage.
She has spent years lobbying on social policy topics, campaigning against social inequality and poverty, as well as for veganism and climate action Given her interest in combatting climate change, the topic of sustainable mobility is also a major concern for her – especially taking into account her many responsibilities requiring her to travel all over the world. She believes that each individual can make a contribution in his or her everyday life, but that the right framework conditions are needed. In the end, the change can only be achieved by everyone together: individuals, politicians, and the industry.https://www.iaa-mobility.com/en/press/press-releases/natalie-portman-iaa-mobility-2023
Natalie was also scheduled to attend the Deauville film festival around that time to receive a lifetime achievement award, but we don’t know if the actors’ union strike will influence that public appearance. We will see…