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It starts from the top: 11 organisational heads on building a culture of gender equality

It starts from the top: 11 organisational heads on building a culture of gender equality


The call for a gender-equal workforce, and ultimately a gender-equal society, isn’t just a one-off effort that falls on one person’s shoulders. That said, it does start from the top, with leaders taking the helm in shaping a culture that advocates equality.

In this fourth part of our special series, celebrating the month of International Women’s Day, we take a look at what organisational leaders and their teams across Southeast Asia are doing to continue the push for gender equality in the workplace.

This week, here’s what these leaders from ABB Power Grids Singapore, Commune Lifestyle, ABB Power Grids Singapore, RSVP PR Agency, Veeam, Software AG, Johnson & Johnson, AXA Singapore, iOli Communications, VMLY&R Asia, and Eaton have to say.

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Anneliese Schulz, President of Asia Pacific Japan, Software AG


Nadia Yu, Managing Director in Thailand & New Territories, Johnson & Johnson


Sean Goh, Managing Director, Life, and Executive Sponsor for Inclusion & Diversity, AXA Singapore


 Yan Lim, Co-Founder of FEMXTALK & CEO, iOli Communications


Tripti Lochan, Co-CEO, VMLY&R Asia


Isabel Chong, Country Manager, Southeast Asia, Eaton


Joshua Koh, Chief Executive Officer, Commune Lifestyle


Nirupa Chander, Country Managing Director, ABB Power Grids Singapore


Shaun McLagan, Senior Vice President APJ, Veeam


Madina Kalyayeva, Managing Director, Singapore & Malaysia, RSVP PR Agency


Hari V. Krishnan, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, PropertyGuru Group


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