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Dr Eline Receives Woman Appreciating Women Honours

eline-waw-awardWe are delighted to announce that Dr Eline recently received a Women Appreciating Women (WAW) Honorary Award on 8th March, International Women’s Day, in London. The theme of this year’s event was “Unbeatable as a Team.” Dr Eline also was officially inducted into the WAW Hall of Fame. She also will appear in the book: WAW – 100 Most Inspirational Women in the World.

In addition to Dr Eline, other luminaries were in attendance. They came from the diverse worlds of business, media, activism, social care, politics, law, charity, manufacturing, sports, education, health sector, consultancy, property development sector, entertainment, film, art, and fashion.

Past Award Recipients

Here are some of the extraordinary women who have been presented with WAW Honorary Awards in the past:

  • Hon. Juliet Holness MP, the First Lady of Jamaica
  • Dr Joice Mujuru, former Vice President of Zimbabwe
  • Kim Elba, veteran Hollywood makeup artist
  • Tess Ojo, CEO of The Diana Award
  • Tara Howard, former pilot and business development leader
  • Dr Vivian Timothy, international artist
  • Dr Viola Edward, visionary leader
  • Monika Schaible, top photographer
  • Gillian Walnes MBE, founder of The Anne Frank Trust UK

About WAW

This global movement was established by Dr Pauline Long, a remarkable visionary woman. Her desire was to bring women together to appreciate one another and to support each other without boundaries in business, humanitarian projects, activism, professionally and personally in all aspects of life.

The organisation brings incredibly extraordinary women together by way of patting each other’s back and supporting each other’s initiatives and just sharing human love and kindness. Since 2017, WAW has honoured 260 wonderful women from over 90 countries in the world. This year the organisation is honouring another 100 women.


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