Six women who are shaping Singapore’s future
A new paradigm of female leadership is fast emerging in Singapore
The Achieving Woman’s Guide to...getting ahead in the workplace
TEDx Coach and creator of the Influencing Styles Profiling Tool Karen Leong shares with us some career advancement tips and why she loves her job
CruBox CEO Valerie Ding: From training amongst pro male fighters to opening a boxing gym of her own
CruBox is not just popular in Singapore. The Hollywood branch of CruBox attracts celebrities such as Hailey Bieber, Usher and Nicole Scherzinger
Tech entrepreneur Wendy Chen is a woman with a game plan
Systems engineer, data expert and Omnistream founder Wendy Chen is helping emerging market retailers across Southeast Asia turn data into profits
Meet the woman who started the first social stock exchange in the world
Ms Durreen Shahnaz, who is the founder of Impact Investment Exchange and the first Bangladeshi woman on Wall Street, has a big dream to connect the under-served communities of the back streets to the Wall Streets of the world
Singaporean author to know: Melissa De Silva wants to raise awareness that "Others" is not a race
The local author, who is of mixed heritage, is trying to reclaim culture. It isn't easy, but it's worth a shot
Meet multi-hyphenate Ginette Chittick who is a woman of many firsts
Nine months was what it took for Chittick, an artist-mum-lecturer-musician, to conceptualise her first-ever art exhibition, called Planes and Envelopes. Here's her story about the significant moments that have shaped her into the person and artist she is today
Singaporean author to know: Jo-Ann Yeoh whose first book became an award-winning one
Jo-Ann wasn't even thinking of winning the Epigram Books Fiction Prize, she merely intended to use it as a catalyst to get her manuscript done. But little did she know that she would win the prize for the first book she's ever written
Singapore artists to know: Weixin Quek Chong uses art to ask the hard questions
Weixin's art isn't there to just look pretty. If you don't get it on the first glance, it's okay. Because her art is meant to make you think
Singapore artists to know: Zoey Wong embroiders with her own hair, all in the name of art
Zoey Wong's work is meant to make you stop and stare. And if you're feeling a little more curious, you'll automatically reach out and touch one of her pieces
SG curators shaping the art we should see: Audrey Yeo wants her gallery to give socially conscious artists a voice
Audrey doesn't want to go mass. And it's not because she's discriminating against bigger galleries. Instead, she's using her gallery as a platform to highlight social concerns
Cassandra Riene Tan shares how she juggles multiple enterprises in tech and F&B
The businesswoman is an advocate of socially impactful entrepreneurship
Yes, I'm a #mefirstmum and I'm proud of it
There's really no difficult explanation for this. If I'm happy, my children will be happy too
From law to letterheads: how Jaime Lee made the leap from legal counsel to founder of The Paper Bunny
The founder of the homegrown stationery brand made a career switch that changed her life