Girl next door: Jeaulina Cato
Winning to me was empowering. It was a door opening to my next chapter. Being a part of an event like this has shown me the strength we have as individuals and the power we create as women, when we come together.
I’m still smiling: Funmi Kotun
The award meant that an organisation was able to recognise what God was doing in my life and in the life of all women who do what I do every day.That felt good.
I’m a survivor: Doris Glover
I was surprised and honoured to have won my award. I found the award ceremony inspiring, refreshing and courageous. I really had a good time and look forward to the next award ceremony.
Living my dream: Sandra Hutchinson
The event inspired me to strive for excellence. Winning the award for ‘Living my Dream’ renewed my desire to encourage and motive single mothers to be victors and not victims.