On 20 February, luxury French brand Longchamp and social enterprise CRIB came together to celebrate International Women’s Day with “My Journey”. The empowering event saw a panel of four inspirational women – Nadya Hutagalung, UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador and founder of Let Elephants; Assistant Professor Loh May-Han, consultant anaesthesiologist; Paige Parker, philanthropist; Claire Jedrek, Singapore’s only female professional car racer – who shared their personal journeys, successes, life challenges and also ways on how they are giving back to the community.
With CRIB, Longchamp showed support to women who live and breathe their vision of the world: rising female stars, captains of industries who are transforming lives through passion, determination and commitment, women who turn their dreams into reality by building successful businesses, and those living a life they dream of and love.
Parker also shared her International Women’s Day wish for women to support and empower each other through an Instagram message to “use our own growing strength to bolster that of others.”
Long live the supportive sisterhood!
CRIB is a Singapore-based non-profit social enterprise that empowers women to become successful entrepreneurs, achieve personal fulfilment and financial independence, as well as sound work-life integration through skill-building programmes and access to potential funding. CRIB also supports social enterprises and raises funds and awareness for charities.