PWWWS [Ina Von Turow]

One of the best things you can do for your area is to shop local. It directly supports your neighbours, the revenue goes back into your local economy, and you begin to develop a network and sense of community. And it’s not just the community that benefits either, it’s good for the planet and for …

May 24, 2021
PWWWS [Brenda Katwesigye]

Brenda serves as the CEO at Wazi. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, was a 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow, and has also previously served on the Regional Advisory Board of the Young African Leader’s Initiative (YALI) and the advisory board of the STARTS Prize of the Ars Electronica. A Uganda native and resident, Brenda …

May 19, 2021
PWWWS [Michelle Kennedy]

Motherhood is something that has the potential to be isolating. Life as you know it gets uprooted and the time you made for yourself seemingly slips away. It can be equally hard if you don’t have a support network around you of those who are already parents, who can offer guidance and advice in what …

May 17, 2021
PWWWS [Erin Chen]

Erin is an advocate for the inclusion of sexual wellness as part of everyday healthy living. She holds a Masters degree in Sexual Health Counseling from the University of Sydney. Erin is also the founder of Gilly, an intimacy wellness app that helps you take easy-to-manage, natural steps towards deepening the intimacy and desire in …

May 12, 2021
PWWWS [Jenifer Clousell-Tormos]

Founder of Develop Diverse, Jenifer Clausell Tormos, holds a PhD in chemistry and Technology Development and has over eight years of experience as a project leader. Her career developed in four different countries and originally focused on drug discovery for biomedical applications. After 10 years, Jenifer’s drive for gender balance and diversity had expanded and inspired her …

May 4, 2021
PWWWS [Kendall Flutey]

There are not many in the southern hemisphere who have not heard of Kendall Flutey, the co-founder and CEO of Banqer. Kendall was named the Young New Zealander of the Year in 2019, an accolade that came after she had already won the Young Maori Business Leader Award. Her business, amongst other things, has been …

April 30, 2021