Women of WT – S

Here are the profiles of the incredible ‘sheroines’ we have had the privilege to interview

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Lek has dedicated her life to the cause of elephants in Northern Thailand for over 20 years. Lek rescues the orphaned and unwanted, the sick and the injured, and cares for them in her elephant sanctuary near Chiang Mai.

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Serena Tan is a mother of two and successful group exercise instructor. When she was younger, Serena battled anorexia and she came out of it stronger

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At only 24, Sola Long is one of Cambodia’s youngest trauma recovery therapists, and helps sex trafficking survivors reintegrate into society.

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Sam Lo is a street artist behind the Sticker Saga and My Grandfather Road Series, whose arrest in 2012 created controversy in Singapore and around the world. Despite her struggles with the law, she has never lost the courage and passion to keep making art.

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A firm believer of beauty in all forms, Sharmilah Begum started a movement to support and encourage plus sized women. She shows us all how to be comfortable in one’s own skin.

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Soek Ying is the mother to Ryan who was diagnosed with autism. She is also the founder of Mustard Tree, which aims to enable differently abled individuals to acquire industry standard skills and have better employment prospects.

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Sumithra Debi is a tattoo artist, who was influenced by her grandfather’s legacy, to pursue a career in an industry traditionally dominated by men. In addition to that, she uses her artistic skills to provide areola tattooing services to breast cancer survivors.

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