MOTHERS CONNECT

Signature Events: The Special Interest Groups (SIG)

The Mothers Connect is focused on supporting working mums, by providing guidance on work/life balance, parenting and other hot topics relevant to working mothers. Events focus on in-depth talks and panel discussions hosted by subject-matter experts.

Mothers Connect events are designed for mums with children of all age groups.

Mothers Connect Program Leaders

Nadine Nached

Mothers Connect Program Leaders
Nadine Nached

Nadine is currently an HR Manager with experience in both consultancy advisory services and internal HR. Nadine has extensive international professional experience having worked as an HR and talent acquisition specialist in the UK, France and Dubai before arriving to Singapore in 2012.

Nadine is trilingual (French, Arabic and English) and holds a Master of Business and Human Resources Management from ISG Business School in Paris, France.

Leveraging her multicultural background, Nadine Is passionate in contributing in the Human Resource and Change Management Advisory embarking on various Human Resources programs/initiatives for local and international companies.

Nadine was also previously in charge of helping Singapore companies in their internationalisation journey of activities and operations. With her team, she provides comprehensive advisory and implementation for company formation in oversea markets in collaboration with the cohesive BDO network and extensive global connection.

A mother of three children, she works on balancing parenting responsibilities and work obligations; and is exited to share an enthusiastic and positive mindset with other women who also seek empowerment and support.

Julie Kenny

Julie Kenny

Julie Kenny is an experienced Executive Trainer, Facilitator and Organisational Coach. She has over twenty years of business experience. She specialises in facilitating Leadership Skills programs, Communication Skills programs as well as Interpersonal and Behavioural related training. She regularly works across functions and levels of organizations – from Chairman and CEO to middle management and teams on the front line depending on client need.

Whether it is face-to-face training, facilitation of team workshops or one-on-one coaching, Julie is recognised for her friendly and encouraging nature. She has the ability to convey information and learning in a clear and enjoyable manner. She links both theory and personal experience to help explain concepts in a practical way.

Julie has varied experience working with a wide range of industries including Government, Finance and Banking, Manufacturing, Information Technology, Aerospace, Hospitality, Pharmaceutical and Service sectors. Regionally, she has worked with organisations across SEA (Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia) Korea and Hong Kong.

Julie believes in lifelong learning and holds a Bachelors Degree in Commerce and International Business.

She also holds International Certification as a DISC facilitator, and is certified on 360° Leadership
Feedback Systems. She is involved in behavioural and aptitude teaching and analysis to support client
human resource needs.

Julie is passionate about the health benefits of sport and has competed in four full Ironman distance
races as well as many shorter course races over the last ten years. She uses her extensive training and
nutrition knowledge to provide advice and support for women who are new to riding or triathlons while
volunteering at Women’s Cycling Project and triathlon events.

We are looking for new co-chairs for the Mothers Connect Group! Are you interested? Please contact us at sig@primetime.org.sg or mothersconnect@primetime.org.sg for more information!

Contact mothersconnect@primetime.org.sg for more information about Mothers Connect events.

Past Mothers Connect Events:

Negotiate a YES: Fixing loaded dice (FULLY BOOKED)
[FULLY BOOKED] “We Need To Talk”: How to approach conflict with confidence
Make stress work for you! Learn how to successfully manage stress and thrive as a working mother
Mothers Village Dialogue