Arch and Women Mentoring Forum recognize 25 outstanding women with the Change Maker Leadership Award
During the exhibition, students showcased their designs and set up a market where budding startups could display their creations.
On March 4th, the Women Mentoring Forum and Arch hosted a conference in which they awarded 25 women with the Change Maker Leadership Award for their outstanding work in their respective fields. Gayatri Rathore, Principal Secretary of Tourism, Art and Culture in Rajasthan, presented the awards at the event, which began with an "Open Day" exhibition by Arch students.
During the exhibition, students showcased their designs and set up a market where budding startups could display their creations. Additionally, the event featured a colorful fashion show presented by the students, which showcased their collections from throughout the year. Vice President of Issues Advocacy at Vital Voices Global Partnerships (VVGP), Manira Alva, was also in attendance and presented awards to girl achievers and students for their achievements.
In addition to the 25 Leadership Awards, the Women Mentoring Forum also presented Grassroots Leadership Awards, Young Achiever Awards, and Girl Power Awards to women and students. The event was a celebration of women's achievements and provided a platform for showcasing their talents and work.
The Change Maker Leadership Award is a recognition of the hard work and dedication of these women who have made a significant impact in their respective fields. The Grassroots Leadership Awards, Young Achiever Awards, and Girl Power Awards also serve as a reminder of the potential and power of women in society. By honoring these women and students, the Women Mentoring Forum and Arch hope to inspire future generations of women to pursue their dreams and create change in the world.
On this occasion, it is important to recognize the immense contributions of women in all walks of life and to support them in their endeavors towards a more equal and just society.