Carrie Tan is the founding Executive Director of Daughters Of Tomorrow, enabling livelihoods and financial self-sufficiency for underprivileged women in Singapore. Since 2012, she and her team has impacted more than 800 women through community mobilization to provide them with skills, confidence and access to job opportunities.
Currently, she is raising awareness about urban poverty in one of the richest countries in the world, and forging collaboration among private, public and non-profit sectors to enable social and economic mobility for vulnerable communities.
Carrie is a Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative fellow and her work in women's empowerment and advocacy for collaboration was mentioned by President Obama at a press conference during Prime Minister Lee's visit to the White House in August 2016.
25 Jun 2019
Session Description Many funders and grantmakers overlook a critical source of insight into the relevance and impact of their work — the people they are ultimately seeking to help. How do they experience non-profit programmes and services? Is there positive…Read More