W@W - Alexandria de Lima

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Dr. Alexandria de Lima enjoys working with horses and larger animals. Having had her primary education at Royal Institute International...

W@W: Poornima Meegammana

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One of its projects, the NextGen Girls in Technology also received the UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women in Education in 2020. Recent...

W@W: Terunie Senanayake

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In an interview with Women at Work, Senanayake spoke about dog psychology, the do’s and don’ts when training a dog, why breeding re...

W@W: Enoka Kudavidanage

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Having grown up in an environmentally-friendly setting since her childhood, Prof. Enoka Kudavidanage was always familiar with nature. W...

W@W - Kavindi De Silva

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A colourful memory of an astronaut she spotted in a magazine at the age of seven inspired Kavindi De Silva to learn more about space. O...

W@W - Gothamie Weerakoon

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Studying Lichenology has become a passion for Dr. Gothamie Weerakoon, Senior Curator of Lichens and Slime Moulds at the Natural History...

W@W - Harini Amarasuriya

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When the National People’s Power (NPP) nominated Dr. Harini Amarasuriya to fill the only National List position in Parliament, it was...

W@W - Chamini Weerasooriya

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Changing the tide in this sophisticated form of art is a budding young female artist, Chamini Weerasooriya who hails from Anuradhapura....

W@W - Solange Gunawijeya

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A proud product of St. Joseph’s Girls’ School,Nugegoda, Gunawijeya has travelled to many countries to represent Sri Lanka in basket...

W@W - Nethu Wickramasinghe

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It takes a great deal of effort to strike a balance between work and life. But this wasn’t the case for Nethu Wickramasinghe or her h...

Ashani Weeraratna

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A Sri Lankan born educator and melanoma researcher domiciled in the United States, Professor Ashani Weeraratna’s illustrious career r...

W@W - Hasini Haputhanthri

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A visit to the museum was something that we all anticipated in our childhood. Even though the common notion is that a museum is a place...

W@W - Lihini Aluwihare

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Sri Lanka’s marine environment is going through a dark spell in the aftermath of the X-Press Pearl inferno. Investigations are underw...

W@W - Shazna Muzammil

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For Shazna Muzammil, politics has been something she grew up with. The daughter of the former Mayor of Colombo, Shazna is busy in the r...

W@W: Menaka De Alwis

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Sri Lanka has a long way to go in terms of establishing a sound system of inclusive education. However, certain progress is being made ...

W@W - Nausheen Fauz

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This month’s Women at Work cover features Nausheen herself, who shared the journey she has come thus far, how Bath Bliss products sta...

W@W - Military Aviators Pavithra & Rangana

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Last November, Pilot Officers Pavithra Gunarathne and Rangana Weerawardana attached to the Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) made history as t...

W@W - Shanika Amarasekara

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With a clutch of professional qualifications including a Masters in International Finance Law (University College London), LLB (Univer...

W@W - Tush Wickramanayaka

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With mounting numbers of cases relating to child abuse being reported from all corners of the island, Sri Lanka has become an unsafe en...

W@W - Melanie Kanaka

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“In your life’s journey just begin to do the ordinary thing in an extraordinary way and the extraordinary things in your life will ...

W@W - Nisha de Silva

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“What would I be proud to have written about me in my memoir?”... The simple, yet profound question drives everything Dr Nisha de S...

W@W - Gayani de Alwis

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Gayani de Alwis has always been steadfast in shattering the omnipresent glass ceiling and helping others do so. The first female Direct...

Rajitha Jayasuriya

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Fifteen years ago, when Rajitha Jayasuriya walked into MAS Holdings as its first ever Legal Analyst, she was asked to carve out a job r...

W@W - Julia Wijesinghe

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As Sri Lankans we always take pride in our rich culture and heritage. But for Julia Wijesinghe, it was a different project altogether.

W@W - Ashcharya Peiris

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“I can’t copy others because I’m blind,” laughs Ashcharya Peiris, the only Sri Lankan listed among BBC’s 100 Most Inspiring W...

W@W - Sandali Kumarasinghe

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Orbit space and search for answers – Sandali Kumarasinghe, an aspiring Astronaut

W@W - Marini de Livera

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“I was an incorrigible child who never fitted into the mould,’’ recounts Marini de Livera. “I was punished by my teachers and s...

W@W - Kavindya Thennakoon

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Her petite figure and infectious smile can be deceiving until you start having a conversation with her.

W@W - Savera Weerasinghe

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At a time when the use of single-use plastics is largely being frowned upon, it has become a responsibility for every citizen to opt fo...