Of French, Swiss and Filipino descent, Christine Amour-Levar is a true citizen of the world, she grew up between Manila, Paris and Tokyo and is currently based in Singapore, where she lives with her husband and four children.
She is one of the founding partners of Women On A Mission, a non-profit organisation that combines challenging expeditionary travel to remote locations around the world with the support of humanitarian causes.
Christine recently received the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World Award that recognises Filipina women who are influencing the face of leadership in the global workplace, having reached status for outstanding work in their respective fields, and who are recognised for their leadership, achievement and contributions to society, female mentorship and legacy.
"Have the courage to define success on your own terms. Your uniqueness in your power."
-Christine is Introduces herself and shares more about growing up and living a very international lifestyle
-How sports have always played a part of her life; especially swimming, basketball, tennis & soccer
-Working for Nike and how sport continued to play a huge part of her life
-Trying to get the balance in her life between; work, family, fitness and having a social life
-Having a career break while having her first child and going back to school to follow a creative dream
-Moving to Singapore & setting up her own business and a non-profit - “Women on a Mission”
-Dealing with guilt and how she copes with those feelings
-Her love of trekking which started in Switzerland and how her passion grew when she was older and why she turned to the mountains for strength after her divorce
-Why she keeps going back to the Himalayas and why Nepal holds a special place for her
-More about Valerie Boffin, Women for Women International and how that let to her becoming a founding partner of “Women on a Mission”
-Their first trek to Everest Base Camp & getting to stay the night at base camp
-Trekking to Siberia to experience what daily life is like for the nomadic Nenets reindeer herders
-Dealing with the difference in extreme temperatures - going from 30 degrees to - 40!
-What she learned most from this experience
-What’s next for Women on a Mission
-Writing her book - The Smart Girl’s Handbook to Being Mummylicious,
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