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WoW: In Conversation [Online] - Gender Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce

To celebrate women and their achievements, NUS Alumni Relations, together with the NUS Alumni Advisory Board, presents WoW: In Conversation, featuring a panel of distinguished NUS alumnae who will share their experiences, achievements, and hopes with other alumni, students, and friends.

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    Zoom
    10 Mar 2021
    7.30pm - 9.00pm
    NUS Alumni Relations
    Ms Althea Tan
    6516 3594
    althea.t@nus.edu.sg

    Event Details

    In the Global Gender Gap Report 2020 compiled by the World Economic Forum, Singapore improved 13 notches to rank 54th out of 153 countries. More companies in Singapore now realise the importance of gender diversity in the workplace – more women are included on boards and in leadership positions.

    Although these are steps in the right direction, more work needs to be done. What can female employers or employees do to ensure that women are well-represented and included? What types of policies or practices should be put in place to ensure that women are respected and are equal in the workplace?

    Join us for a panel discussion, moderated by Dr Intan Azura Mokhtar (Science ’98, Public Policy ’08), as we discuss Gender Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce.

    Guest-of-Honour and Panellist:

    • Mrs Josephine Teo (Arts and Social Sciences '90), Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Home Affairs

    Panellists:

    • Ms Lyn Lee (Arts and Social Sciences '89), Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Royal Dutch Shell
    • Dr Vandana Ramachandran (Science (PhD) '03), Co-founder, Singapore Women in Science
    • Ms Georgette Tan (Arts and Social Sciences '82), President, United Women Singapore

    Terms & Conditions

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