Nominate

Nominations for the Women of the Future Awards Southeast Asia are now open.
The awards recognise the inspirational stars of tomorrow across diverse sectors in Southeast Asia.

All shortlisted candidates will be invited to join our Women of the Future global community and receive a complimentary place to attend the 2021 WOF Awards Southeast Asia.

All nominees will receive notification of the success of their entry into the shortlist by email.

What are judges looking for?
  • Significant and ground-breaking achievements to date
  • High potential
  • Making a distinctive, unusual, innovative contribution in their field
  • Ability, and willingness, to act as a role model to others
How to nominate
You will be required to complete the following details
All nominations are treated in confidence and only seen by the judging panel and category sponsor.
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The track record of the candidate within her current and previous organisations.
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Her key achievements to date.
3.
A sense of the candidates vision/plans for the future, both personally and for the organisation she works. What makes her special?
4.
A 50-word biography for use in the awards programme should you/the candidate be shortlisted. This may be edited by our editorial team.
5.
High quality photo of nominee (2MB JPEG).
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Curriculum Vitae.
It is essential that both nominee and nominator are aware of the terms & conditions of the nomination and that both nominee and nominator are aware that the submission has been made.

Important dates

Nominations close: April, 21, 2021
Judging Interviews: June 7-10 , 2021
Winners announcement: October 6, 2021
All shortlisted candidates will be asked to attend an informal interview with the judges. Please ensure the candidate is available. Winners will be announced on October 6, 2021. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
The Women of the Future Awards  Southeast Asia are open to all women aged 35 or under (candidates must be aged 35 or under on December 31st 2021) and who are citizens or permanent residents of one of the 11 countries in Southeast Asia.