Commending The British And Asian Superwomen of 2019

Some of the women share stories of how it was to be one of very few or the first British and Asian Women to break barrie...

On the occasion of International Women’s Day this Friday 8th March 2019 The Superwomen Campaign commends an array of twelve selected Influential, Inspiring and Successful British and Asian Superwomen who have broken the stigma for many women, and have impacted Industry sectors from Media, Law, Music across to Acting and Health.

The Superwomen Campaign shares beautiful images to celebrate these women alongside their journey in a storytelling piece of how their High Profile and Celebrity status has been recognised in their specific Industry sector and how they have broken through challenges to receiving their successes today. Some of the women share stories of how it was to be one of very few or the first British and Asian Women to break barriers in their sector, especially now to evolve and open the doors for our next generation sharing valued advice. And some women already whom are our next generation and are leading the path for our next....

...From the Music industry, The Superwomen Campaign celebrates Singer and Songwriter Sonna Rele a bulling-survivor artist who discovered stardom after Producer and R&B Legend Ne-Yo offered her a record deal. Songwriter and Classical Musician Amrit Kaur whose notable performances include The Glastonbury Festival 2017 alongside The Somerset House Summer Series and MTV.

Examples of excellence are also Award-Winning Lawyer and Author Ritu Sethi from Sethi Partnership Solicitorswho made the shortlist in the prestigious Woman of The Year 2017 category at the British Asian Achievers Awards (BAAs) – a programme endorsed by the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May – Reena Ranger Counselor and Co-Founder of Women Empowered, a social initiative that aims to inspire and help women (and men) to make the best of their individual talents and skills, Optimum Performance Expert Manmeet Kaur Chowdhry who helps people breakthrough emotional blocks holding them back, and Sharminder Ubhi, Director of Ashiana Network, a charitable company led by MBE women, developing and delivering specialist services to women who have experienced or are at risk of VAWG (Violence Against Women & Girls), including forced marriage, domestic, sexual and/ or honour-based violence...

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