Women Changemakers #2

Thursday, May 17th, 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Akamai Technologies
1 Raffles Pl, #16-61 One Raffles Place Tower 2

We’re still stunned by the overwhelming response at Women Changemakers #1.
It was the first in our series. Our three panelists shared stories and views about what it means to change and more. Also invited to our panel is an all-women trekkers group where they shared how trekking with women is a transformational experience.
Thanks to your positive reviews, we’re bringing Women Changemakers back! Here’s what’s in store for you at our second installment:
How can we evolve our mindset as we change with age and go through the passages of life?
How can we be more proactive at change?
Discover unique insights and fresh ideas from our speakers: Tay Bee Kheng, Managing Director of Cisco Singapore; Stephanie Crespin, Founder & CEO of Style Tribute; Gursheel Dhillon, Founder of Vanilla Luxury; and Ludmila Zueva, Senior Director, Marketing Asia Pacific, of Philips Consumer Lifestyle. We also have Jack Sim, Founder of World Toilet Organisation, joining us in our guest track as our Male Changemaker.
Share experiences and find out what you can do to embrace transitions with ease and grace. Register for Women Changemakers #2 today to avoid disappointment (seats are limited!).
Women Changemakers is open to women and men. There’ll be ample audience participation and networking opportunities.
Dinner is provided.

Agenda

  • 6:30pm Registration & Networking
  • 7:00pm Ice breaker audience engagement
  • 7:20pm Panel begins
  • 8:20pm More networking
  • 8:45pm Guest track: Jack Sim
  • 9:30pm Event ends

About our Speakers

Tay Bee Kheng
Cisco, Managing Director
After spending 20 years at Hewlett-Packard, Bee Kheng has now moved on to the next chapter in her life: spearheading Cisco’s digitisation journey in Singapore and Brunei. At Hewlett-Packard, Bee Kheng was the Vice President and General Manager for Asia Pacific and Japan. Two of her biggest key achievements were driving revenue growth and aligning countries and multi-disciplined teams to execute against worldwide and region strategy. Prior to this, she was the Director of Field Sales and Business Operations. Outside the world of IT, Bee Kheng has a keen interest in history, psychology, philosophy, and science.
Stephanie Crespin
Style Tribute, CEO & Founder
Before becoming an online fashion entrepreneur, Stephanie worked at Proacter & Gamble where she led marketing strategies and operations foundation. During her time at the fine fragrance division, she managed brands like Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Hugo Boss, and Lacoste. In Jan 2013, Stephanie packed her bags and experience in business and luxury products to launch Style Tribute, a startup that revolutionises the luxury second-hand industry. Style Tribute grew from penniless to a funded startup with strong presence in physical retails stores. Stephanie is Belgo-French and has spent her first 25 years in Japan, Bangkok, Paris, Brussels, Vienna, and Alabama. She lives in Singapore with her husband and three kids.
Gursheel Dhillon
Vanilla Luxury, Founder
Gursheel is the founder of Vanilla Luxury, an affordable luxury lifestyle magazine. Gursheel started her entrepreneurial career after working in corporate marketing for several years. Armed with experience in fragrance and fashion, Gursheel first co-founded online fashion and beauty website WYLD in 2014 to distribute high-end Australian items to Singapore. She then founded Vanilla Luxury in 2015 to provide marketing and PR services to luxury brands that are eager to connect with affluent Millennial consumers. Known for its wide range of lifestyle events, Vanilla Luxury clinched the silver spot at the 2015 Marketing Event Awards. It was also a finalist for the Best-Use of Retail Marketing at the Luxury Lifestyle Shopping Awards that same year.
Ludmila Zueva
Philips Consumer Lifestyle, Senior Director, Marketing Asia Pacific
Born in Moscow and moved to Singapore in 2016, Ludmila drives marketing for Philips Consumer Lifestyle and Personal Health for the region.
Jack Sim
World Toilet Organisation, Founder
Jack started a global clean toilet movement that helps governments shape sanitation policies. Having achieved financial success in his 40s, Jack felt the need to change his direction in life and give back to humanity – he wanted to live his life according to the motto “Live a useful life”. He has earned two prestigious global social entrepreneurship accolades – Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneur and Ashoka Global Fellow – for his outspoken advocacy.