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13 Sep 2023

Today, TIME reveals the recipients of the second TIME100 Impact Awards in Singapore, which recognizes visionaries who have gone above and beyond to make an impact and move their respective industries forward. The new honorees are: actor, Ayushmann Khurrana; singer, Eric Nam; actor, Ke Huy Quan; activist, Elizabeth Wathuti; and activist, Zainab Salbi. To celebrate, TIME will host an invitation–only award ceremony and cocktail party on Sunday, September 17 at the National Gallery Singapore, featuring appearances by all five Impact Award honorees, as well as other leaders, influencers, visionaries and members of the global TIME100 community. The event will also convene CEOs, business leaders and innovative thinkers for discussions on how they are using their platforms to build a better world. Event speakers include Dorothea Koh, BotMD Founder and CEO; Prasoon Kumar, Co-Founder and CEO of BillionBricks and more. Following the ceremony, TIME will host a viewing party for the F1 Singapore Grand Prix. “We are thrilled to honor and recognize the 2023 TIME100 Impact Award winners for their remarkable accomplishments,” said TIME Chief Executive Jessica Sibley. “TIME looks forward to returning to Singapore for the second year in a row with the support of our partners at the Singapore Economic Development Board, Mastercard and McKinsey & Company.” “The TIME100 Impact Awards speak to the heart of our mission at TIME to spotlight the people and ideas that are shaping and improving the world,” said Executive Editor Dan Macsai, who oversees the TIME100 franchise. “We are thrilled to recognize this extraordinary group of leaders, and to convene our global TIME100 community in Singapore.” The 2023 TIME100 Impact Awards in Singapore was developed in partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board and is presented by signature partner Mastercard and knowledge partner McKinsey & Company.

Zainab Salbi, TAKREEM Foundation Laureate for the Outstanding Arab Woman category, is an Iraqi-American women’s rights activist, writer, television show host, and podcaster. She is the co-founder of Women for Women International, a non-profit organization that helps women affected by sexual violence and conflict.


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