MENDAKI SENSE presents the Women’s Conference: Defining your journey to success! Celebrate the significance of women as well as many of the contributions and achievements of women from all walks of life.
Date: 24 July 2021
Time: 12:00pm to 2.00pm
Venue: Zoom platform
Mark your calendars and join us for the sharing session to inspire and charge ahead in your life and career. We have insightful activities and a packed programme lined up for YOU! The Women’s Conference: Defining your journey to success is for women who aspire to succeed in both personal and professional life as well as for those women are planning to return to the workforce.
The one-day forum will feature an opening address, a moderated panel discussions and a closing dialogue. Register your spot to attend the conference.
|Host and Moderator|
|Ms Sarah Bagharib
Public Relation/ TEDX Speaker / TV Presenter
Ms Sarah believes that everyone has a story to tell and has made it her life’s mission to lend her voice so some of those stories can be heard. Her humanitarian efforts span across many different projects and her spirit of community-building is imbued in all that she does.
She’s a former documentary producer-director and has worked on a wide range of programmes, from hard-hitting current affairs for Al Jazeera to a series on contemporary artists for Bloomberg TV. She’s currently a communications specialist with an international humanitarian aid organisation. Outside her day job, she’s a TEDx speaker and a TV presenter. She’s also a social advocate who pushes for all things that empower women. In December 2017, she founded Crazycat, a media and community platform that aims to help everyday women shine and help build their confidence through digital content, events and workshops.
|Profiles of our Speakers|
|Ms Hazlina Abdul Halim
President of PPIS,
Singapore Muslim Women’s Association
Ms Hazlina Abdul Halim made a career switch to public affairs spending more than fifteen years in journalism and the media. Formerly an Editor/Presenter at Channel News Asia, Hazlina planned news coverage for the daily bulletins and managed reporter’s assignments. She was also a familiar face and voice on Mediacorp’s television and radio network – most known for anchoring Berita, the flagship television news program on Suria. Hazlina has been serving on non-profit boards for close to a decade, and is currently the President of PPIS, the Singapore Muslim Women’s Association. She leads a dynamic team of Board of Governance and close to 300 staff all of whom are dedicated to inspiring women and strengthening families. She formerly served as Vice President of the Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations(SCWO) where she represented SCWO to speak at meetings hosted by the United Nations and ASEAN. She remains a member of SCWO’s Research Committee and Ageing Taskforce. Aside from dedicating her time to PPIS and SCWO, Hazlina is also a Director at Yayasan Mendaki and the Singapore Business Federation Foundation, and is a member of everal national committees.
|Ms Huda Hamid
Ms Huda Hamid is the founder of Fempreneur Secrets, an online community empowering woman to lead purposeful businesses online. She empowers women around the world to design their life through business. She has been nominated The Most Compassionate Womenpreneur Award in 2019, and have been invited to speak at events supported by Google Singapore and US State Department.She started her entrepreneurship journey at 18 years, selling handmade stationery online and was approached by local associations to conduct social media marketing courses. By the time she turned 23, she setup her digital marketing agency and began training businesses on the importance of storytelling and digital marketing for maximum growth. She hosts the Fempreneur Secrets Podcast, where she shares over 3000 listeners on entrepreneurship. During her free time, she volunteers to mentor young female leaders to achieve their desired careers..
|Ms Suiliani Bte Sukiono
Pre-school teacherMs Suiliani took the initiative to join the BWW programme despite the challenges faced during the pandemic. As a former manicurist, she made a career switch into the Early Childhood Industry. After BWW training, Ms Suiliani secured a Place & Train programme with Kinderland Preschool as an Infant Care Educarer. Under the Place & Train programme, she is currently employed and sponsored for the Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood.
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