Olivia Parker
Jun 11, 2018

"Women to Watch gave me the credibility, conviction and confidence to get my voice heard"

Last year's Women to Watch candidates tell us what making the list has meant to them and why they'd encourage others to nominate themselves. Nominations are now open for the 2018 list — enter before the deadline on July 20.

Clockwise from main: Rebecca Bezzina, Rebecca Liu and Sakshi Choudhary

The nominations process for Women to Watch 2018 is now open. Find all the details on who can enter, how to enter and the deadline July 6 July 20 here. 

To help persuade you why you should nominate yourself or a woman you know, we asked three of the women who starred in our 2017 Women to Watch list to reflect on what winning has meant to them. Here's what they said ...

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