2015 Millennial Women of Influence Finalists

2015 Millennial Women of Influence Finalists

Our Millennial Women of Influence represent the next generation of influential New Zealand businesswomen and budding entrepreneurs (aged between 25-35 years old) with vision, social media influence, the aspiration to create change and strong business acumen.

Congratulations to our 2015 Millennial Women of Influence. These women used their social media influence to receive the highest number of votes in this year’s competition.

 

Alex Gage-BrownAlex Gage Brown2

General Manager of natural skincare company, Skinfood, Alex is using her social media influence to drive sales and boost her skincare products both here in NZ and overseas.

Already widely available and well known in New Zealand, Alex says Skinfood is natural goodness for everybody.

 

 

Emily McKewenEmily McKewen2

Emily’s success as a mummy blogger was instant. Her first blog post at her site Mama Said at www.emilywrites.co.nz had more than one million hits in 48 hours.

Emily is the founder of Ballet is for Everyone a non-profit organisation that provides free ballet lessons to children from low income families and children with high health needs.

 

 

Holly DevineHolly Devine 2

Holly is a personal development coach who runs ‘living with cancer’ workshops as well as mind, body and soul transformation coaching sessions.

Later this year she will be launching a new 100% certified organic probiotic and superfood product.

 

 

Rochelle ShawRochelle S2

Her Modern Mum Facebook page already has a following of more than 3,000 and Rochelle says she likes to share tips and tricks with other mums to help make day to day family life run smoothly.

As General Manager of the Bloggers Club, she is a social media influencer helping connect brands and bloggers to create social conversations and consumer engagement.

 

 

Stacey WilliamsonStacey W3

Stacey runs a Facebook group called Farming Mums NZ (FMNZ). Since its inception in 2013, FMNZ has grown to over 5,000 members and has doubled in size in the last year.

It was set up as an online community for farming women across New Zealand who could do with the friendship and support of women who could relate to each other.

The group continues to grow by around 60 members a week and Stacey has plans to launch a website soon.

 

The prize includes:

  • A two hour mentoring session with three high profile New Zealand business leaders, to be held in Auckland on November 4 2015;

  • A ticket to the Women of Influence Awards Dinner on November 4 2015 at SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland for you to network and have the opportunity to meet some of the women shaping New Zealand;

  • A mentoring session with Belinda Nash;

  • A one hour business session with a Westpac business banker in your local area to discuss your business or business needs.

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