Yip Pin Xiu was born with Muscular Dystrophy and by the age of eleven, she had lost her ability to walk and had to use a wheelchair. Despite this, she won Singapore’s first ever Olympic gold medal, is a three-time Paralympic gold medallist, an international gold medallist and has set two world records in the 50-metre and 100-metre backstroke finals.
Penhleak ‘Pinkie’ Chan is a young Cambodian patriot working tirelessly to further the country. Pinkie had the opportunity to work abroad but chose to declare her love for her homeland by empowering its citizens with knowledge.
Priscilla is a mother of two who started Project Love Lunch, which aims to provide food and other services to needy children and families who come from difficult backgrounds and who struggle with having their basic necessities met.
Phebe Cho is the founder of Accelus, a talent consultancy and career coaching agency in Perth which aims to help women transition back into the workforce. She started an initiative called “Project Lucy” which helps female ex-convicts successfully return to the workforce.
Priscilla founded We Believe in Second Chances with a few passionate advocates to fight for the abolishment of the death penalty in Singapore. They hope to raise awareness about this issue in the public eye and to build a support system for affected families of death row inmates.