Singapore Women's Weekly

And The Winners Are…

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Dr Andie Ang, 34, research scientist, Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund & president, Jane Goodall Institute (Singapore)

Dr Andie Ang hopes to pioneer the protection of the Raffles’ Banded Langur monkey in Singapore. She is, after all, also the president of the Jane Goodall Institute in Singapore, a non-profit organisation that encourages the understanding and conservation of great apes. “Primatology isn’t glamorous, it isn’t something that people want to do or talk about, so it’s really heartening that the awards recognise environmental conservation as a field that deserves attention,” says Dr Andie, adding that she wanted to dedicate the award to Subaraj Rajathurai, a veteran wildlife consultant who passed away in October 2019.

FINANCE & COMMERCE

Val Yap, 31, founder & CEO, PolicyPal

When the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) gives you a helping hand, you can be sure that you’re on the right track. That’s what Val

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