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GLAMOUR Women of the Year Awards 2022: Vote for the Next Gen Game Changer

Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards makes an epic return. It’s been two years since we hosted our prestigious flagship event - and a lot has changed since then.

This year, we’re back with our Game Changer’s Edition and have introduced a whole new award’s category in partnership with Avon. The Next Gen Game Changer category is reflective of our ever-changing social landscape.

It’s true that empowered women empower others, and as we continue to elevate the conversation around representation and inclusivity, we are seeing more and more women awakening to their full potential.

Our Next Gen Game Changers are women who are young, ambitious, unapologetic, and breaking the mould in their respective fields.

We’ve nominated four incredible women who are up for the award and now we want YOUR input. Fill in the form below to put in your vote for your favourite nominee.


Founder, Swiitch Beauty

Rabia started her makeup range at just 14 years old. She launched it on Instagram with just two products. Six years later, Swiitch Beauty has grown into the digital makeup brand we know and love. The range features 14 products, including cosmetics and skincare.


Award Winning Actress and Founder, lxelove

Zola is a talented actress who has ventured into the shapewear space. Her range is inclusive and has been receiving love from women from different walks of life.


South African DJ

The DJ became an overnight sensation after a video of her playing a set went viral on Twitter. She has since become one of the most booked DJ’s on the continent. The star’s career is on an upward trajectory, from selling out venues locally and abroad to getting a nod from big names across industries.


CEO of Future Females, Creator, Coach & Educator

Her passion for women empowerment inspired her to create a platform that equips women with the resources they need to succeed in business. Future Females is also a space for like-minded women to connect and build a supportive network.


Finance Industry Manager & Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Coach, Google

As a tech and financial services professional, Bridget Ngcobo is passionate about people, problem-solving and empowerment. She is currently the Finance Industry Manager & Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Coach at Google, where she leads the team to inclusive workspaces and innovative solutions.

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Good luck and happy voting!

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