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SWA President's Message
SWA is 60 years..are we too old to continue to do good? We certainly can!
A new science suggests that we age according to our beliefs and an experiment was done with a group of elderly people reveals that we have the ability to "youth" ourseves, was provided by Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer. It is simply by changing our perceptions and the environment, people can actually reverse aging!
In SWA..we align ourselves with our conscious desire to do good. We are certainly not in the phase of a life cycle defined as decline..we are in the phase of having a vibrant healthy life!
In the course of evolution, a third generation of young women leaders are increasingly playing an active role in SWA, they are in their 20s and 30s comprising of a doctor, management leaders, entreprenuers and consultants. This teaming up increases efficiency and brings about awareness that is critical to an organisation's survival.
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The SWA, which started as a Girls’ Club – Siglap Girls’ Club in 1954, became women’s club in 1960.
Her original aim was to serve the needs of under-privileged girls. After the People’s Association took over all....More..