Do you know a woman over 40 who has had the courage to startup a new business, transition to a new career or follow her passion to contribute to a worthwhile cause? Nominate her and help to celebrate her achievements as part of the Singapore: 40-Over-40 initiative by Career Navigators, a subsidiary of Mums@Work Singapore.
Celebrating Women Over 40
While much attention is often given to the 20- and 30-somethings who are setting out to change the world, the Singapore: 40-Over-40 project aims to recognise and celebrate women who have dared to take risks and embark on new journeys after their 40th birthday.
With age comes valuable experience. However, age also comes bundled with increased risks and responsibility, especially as the generation above gets older and when there are young children to be cared for. That’s why women over 40 who have dared to step out and re-chart a new course deserve to be celebrated and recognised.
Nominate an Inspiring Woman for Singapore: 40-Over-40
Anyone can nominate an inspiring woman above 40 years old for the 40-Over-40 Project. The nominee could be a friend, family member or a colleague.
The nomination should be in one of three categories:
- Entrepreneur – someone who started a business
- Career Transitioner / Restarter – someone who has set out on a new career path
- Social Contributor – a person who followed her passion to make a positive change in society
Finally, the inspiring lady should be born on or before 31 December 1980 and be based in Singapore.
Nominees will be shortlisted by an independent panel and 40 will be chosen to be profiled and honoured.
Singapore: 40-Over-40 is organised by Career Navigators, an organisation that focuses on bringing women back into the workforce in full-time role. It is a subsidiary of Mums@Work, which was founded by Families for Life Council Member, Sher-li Torrey.
Help to Inspire Others
So, if you know a woman over 40 who deserves to be recognised and inspires you, help share her story and perhaps you will help to inspire others too.
Find out more about the Singapore: 40-Over-40 Project.