Celebrates the achievements of remarkable women who inspire those around them - either through the media, their astounding achievements in their careers, businesses and everyday lives.
Top Awardees Nationally & Internationally sharing their failures for success.
Since the inception in year 2010, we have empowered 20,000 mothers and children in the nation!
Sponsor a Child of a Single Mother
IWIM organizes global certification training and offers exclusive local programs designed by Professionals that meet International Standards.
Hosted by Dr. Sulochana Segera. Talk-show on Personalities, Corporate Successors, Politicians, Diplomats, Social Workers and Ordinary people.
Recognizing women who have excelled in their careers, professions and businesses across the world; and thereby pave the way to further promoting their businesses and practices among all communities.
About Women in Management
Dedicated to the success of women our purpose and mission is to;
Further the professional development of managerial and entrepreneurial women currently employed in established careers, which include managerial responsibilities, through the association of its members, through educational and training opportunities, and through the exchange of knowledge and experiences.
Promote higher standards and to increase the status, authority, and influence of managerial and entrepreneurial women.
Establish new Chapters and maintain a liaison among the individual members, Chapters, and Organization.
News & Events
Women in Management, IFC and Govt. of Australia honour Sri Lankan Women
The awards - now in their 10th year - saw inspirational business and career women honoured for the roles they have played in their industries, along with Sri Lankan corporates which have supported the growth and empowerment of women in the workplace.Read More →
Speech by Dr Sulochana Segera - Founder and Chairperson, Women in Management at the Top50 Professional & Career Women Awards
Beyond our borders, Women of Sri Lankan origin achieve tremendous success in their careers and in politics. As Sri Lankans, we have and are celebrating their achievements. But I deliberate on the question - would they have achieved the same success had they been in Sri Lanka? Their achievements clearly demonstrate that a woman does not lack skills or competencies, rather it is our culture that is not yet ready to accept the fact that a woman can run a business and a country as well as she can run a family and a home.Read More →