Meet The Superwomen
Back bigger and better, the Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen 2019 list was announced on 4th September in Singapore at the Asia Sustainability Reporting Summit. The Superwomen received their award from Rajesh Chhabara, Managing Director of CSRWorks International and Guests of Honour Tim Mohin, GRI Chief Executive and Asthildur Hjaltadottir, GRI Director Regions and Programs Implementation. Check out 2019’s Superwomen here.
The Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen 2018 inaugural list was announced on 2nd October 2018 in Singapore at a networking cocktail at the Asia Sustainability Reporting Summit. The Superwomen received their award from Rajesh Chhabara, Managing Director of CSRWorks International and Guest of Honour Tim Mohin, GRI Chief Executive. Check out the full list of 2018’s Superwomen here.
Who are the Superwomen?
A Sustainability Superwoman is someone who is leading change through sustainability strategies and initiatives within her organisation as well as outside of her organisation. We invite nominations of women who are on the frontlines of sustainability to be considered as Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen.
Who is eligible?
- The nominations are open to native Asian women working in Asia. Also eligible are expatriate women who have lived and worked in Asia for at least the past 5 years championing sustainability.
- The nominee should be in a senior management role with a demonstrable commitment to sustainability. Examples include CEOs or equivalent, executives directly reporting to CEO, Chief Sustainability Officers or Head of Sustainability or similar positions or equivalent positions if the nominee is from the non-profit, government or other sectors.
- The nominee may be a woman leader in any sector, industry or organisation including but not limited to businesses, NGOs, government organisations, development organisations, media and academia.
- The nominee should have held senior management roles for at least three years.
Who can nominate?
Nominations may be made in the following ways using the online submission form linked at the bottom of this page. Only one nomination form is required per candidate.
- Anyone can nominate anyone.
- Self-nominations are also welcome.
Winners are announced and honoured at the Asia Sustainability Reporting Summit.
Nominees for Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen will be reviewed by an internationally distinguished jury. The judges will look for specific examples of strategies, programmes, initiatives or contributions resulting in noteworthy change. Check out the SuperJury!
Nominations for 2020 are now open. Last date for submission: 23 October 2020
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Asia’s Top Sustainability Superwomen is an accolade to honour and recognise the inspiring efforts of women in Asia who are leading change within and outside their organisation, at the forefront of sustainability leadership.
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