Jaguar New Zealand have announced a new $10,000 + a Jaguar I-Pace for 3 months community grant to celebrate women who break conventions and drive change in their chosen fields.
Jaguar has always lived the ethos that conventions are meant to be broken and change-makers deserve to be rewarded. Proud of the fact that Jaguar was the first to celebrate women's right to drive in Saudi Arabia with female race driver Reema Juffali and having pioneered a sponsorship for New Zealand's first remale race driver and mechanic Sybil Lupp, Jaguar continues to lead by example through its celebration of Tiffany Chittenden, a trailblazing kart driver.
Continued leadership is not a position where you reminisce past glories; Jaguar continues to lead, innovate and enable high achievement in the society both on and off the race track; and now could be your turn!
Jaguar is looking for convention-breakers by offering a chance to win $10,000 to pursue their passions and continue to challenge stereotypes in their industry, as well as a Jaguar I-Pace for 3 months.
A judging panel of race car driver Tiffany Chittenden, Natasha Mannering, CFO of Jaguar Land Rover New Zealand and Viva editor Amanda Linnell will select a winner every quarter, with $10,000 offered to help you achieve the unexpected and forge your own path.
You can click here to enter yourself, or nominate someone else, on the Viva website.