Women's Forum  Singapore 2024


Alice Yu Yuebo

Mama on Palette

Founder and President


Alice Yu Yuebo is the founder of Mama on Palette, Singapore’s first community for mothers who love art and a registered non-profit society. She’s set to help mothers achieve better mental health through art practices, and foster meaningful collaborations among communities for greater impact. In the past five years, this community has inspired hundreds of mothers, emboldening them to boldly pursue their passion for art and confidently showcase their work through the various opportunities and platforms . As a Women in Marketing Global Award winner and advisory member, she’s been featured in various marketing media including AdWeek, Marketing in Asia, Jing Daily, WARC and passionately mentoring aspiring marketers, especially women. She’s recently co-authored a career book, Before the Good Things Come, to address top ten career questions by Gen Zs and millennial workers, helping them ask the right questions and make informed decisions. She also helms the role as the partner marketing lead at NCS Group, a leading technology services firm with offices across more than 20 cities in Asia Pacific; as well as teaching as an adjunct lecturer at Singapore Polytechnic, the country’s first polytechnic school with the longest education history.

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Impact Hub (Discovery Space)
Jun 19, 2024
3:45 PM4:30 PM

EmpowHERed expressions: Women’s evolving role in arts and sports

Iris Cordoba MondejarGSIC Powered by MicrosoftGeneral ManagerKim TayThe ArtlingGallery Director/Co FounderAlice Yu YueboMama on PaletteFounder and President
Through time, women athletes and artists have gained a place in their industries bringing their creative flavour and abilities to the attention of the big public. However they are still less paid, less recognised by institutions and they have less leadership roles in these cultural fields. What are some of the barriers women are facing in the arts and sports industries? What is holding them back and what can we do push forward?