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Highlights

Women entrepreneurs in Brunei urged to embrace IT
Nov. 19
Speaking at the Women in Entrepreneurship workshop at Radisson Hotel Brunei, Dr Astrid S Tuminez, Microsoft's regional director of Legal and Corporate Affairs in Southeast Asia, believes that women need to undergo IT training to do well in the entrepreneurial space. (Image credit: Azlan Othman)
Meet five dynamic Microsoft women inspiring change in technology
Mar. 7
In honor of International Women’s Day, March 8, we’re celebrating five extraordinary individuals.
Women in Leadership: Take destiny into your own hands
Mar. 2
Pip Marlow, Managing Director of Microsoft Australia, believes that charity begins at home. Read on to see what workplace practices unconsciously exclude women and how to rectify them with her proposed three-point plan.
Microsoft celebrates talented teachers using technology to build youths’ 21st century skills.
Feb. 21
Khadiyah Armanakun, English teacher in Yala, has been selected out of more than 22,000 entries as this year’s Expert Educator by Microsoft & will represent Thailand in the Education Forum. She is recognized for her efforts in improving children’s lives by adopting technology in an innovative way.
Technology in Education with Zamimah
Jan. 5
Zamimah Azman, a teacher in Sarawak, was recognized as one of the most pioneering educators at Microsoft’s Global Educator forum for her continuous efforts to leverage technology to create a greater education solution.
Women in Asia

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