Wed, 13 Apr|
Zoom (link will be sent on the day!)
How Inspiring Girls Can Change the Future | Workshop by Inspiring Girls
Natasha O'Brien, Director of Inspiring Girls Hong Kong, and 3 current Role Models will speak about how becoming a Role Model for young girls can help to change the future!
WHEN & WHERE
13 Apr 2022, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Zoom (link will be sent on the day!)
"Be who you needed when you were younger."
By becoming a Role Model in Hong Kong, you can help make positive changes for the next generation of women in your community.
Join this workshop to learn more about Inspiring Gilrs . Hear current Role Model's journies within this special organisation and how it changed their lives and the young girl's lives that they inspire. Hear personal stories, then collect the information you need to become a Role Model yourself.
It goes without saying that you will fulfill your sense of social responsibility and purpose, and by reflecting and going over how you got where you are today, you’ll also rediscover your passion for what you do. Last but not the least, prepare to be inspired and surprised by the girls!
You are a Role Model if:
- You have a story to tell
- You are working or had been working before
- You want to see girls evolve
You will learn:
- About what it means to inspire girls in Hong Kong through this program
- About current Role Models experieinces
- How to become a Role Model
You will receive:
- Information and links to sign up
To attend any of our virtual workshops, you will need the most updated version of ZOOM and a desktop (mobile will not work).
Inspiring Girls Representative:
Natasha O'Brien - Global Senior Digital Concept Manager of Randstad; Director of Inspiring Girls Hong Kong
Natasha O'Brien is a seasoned professional having worked for global fortune 500 companies. She is passionate about developing strategies to increase productivity and customer centricity to ensure sustainable business growth and has led sales teams responsible for developing & managing a multi-million dollar account portfolios. As the Director of Inspiring Girls HK she is devoted to inspire girls and help them break the inherent gender and cultural stereotypes, enabling girls to reach their fullest potential with zero limitations. She also speaks at events and is a seasoned MC. Outside of work she teaches kids yoga cause that makes her smile :) She is passionate about education, health & exploring the world.
Christina Themar - Partnerships Director, Common Purpose | Founder and Director, Next Chapters
Christina is a certified coach and educator, an activator of meaningful professional and personal development, and a catalyst for confidence, empowering people to make decisions and take actionable steps to follow through on their greatest ambitions.
Lucie Petit - Founder of HK Model Camp
With more than 10 years’ experience under her belt, Lucie decided to branch out into mentoring aspiring models which led to the establishment of HK Model Camp. As a mentor, she uses modelling as a medium to guide clients through self-esteem, confidence and individuality.
Christy Ho - Global Talent Acquisition
Christy Ho is part of the Global Talent Acquisition team at BitMEX; the world’s leading cryptocurrency derivatives trading platform which has pioneered cryptocurrency trading through relentless commitment to change, and continues to set benchmarks for innovation, liquidity, and security. She is also part of the Terry Fox Run Hong Kong organizing committee, where they organize the annual event to raise money for local cancer research.
About Inspiring Girls:
Inspiring Girls is a non-for-profit program that aims to connect girls between age 10-18 with inspirational women from all walks of life and industry backgrounds. They believe it is the right of every girl to be free of gender and cultural stereotype and aim high in life! They introduce young girls (aged 10-15 yrs) to the full variety of careers and options in life - and inspire them to aim high.
"We welcomed the Hong Kong team to Inspiring Girls in 2019 and in the last year they have made incredible strides towards helping the girls of Hong Kong. They started their operations by running focus groups with local girls to understand more about their needs and they have used this to launch their programmes in five schools at the beginning of 2021 and they have already recruited over 150 role models to work with. They are also represented on the International Young Ambassador Network by Quincy."