TGI Dive & Water Sport Centre's Base Leader - Mara
Mara from Italy is the Base Leader of TGI Dive & Water Sport Center at Cora Cora Maldives, a destination known for its varied marine life. She is in charge of leading visitors on an organised underwater adventure. "As a diving teacher, the ocean serves as my daily workplace. Even though I confront problems, working at Cora Cora Maldives allows me to be who I am every day and express and share my passions, which makes me happy. It's a great place to be.
Supervisor at CoRa Kids Club - Sheryll
At Cora Cora Maldives, every member of the family is given special treatment in order to make every visitor's journey exceptional and leave them with priceless memories. The CoRa Kids Club Manager is Sheryll from the Philippines, and she collaborates with a fantastic team to plan engaging and entertaining activities for kids between the ages of three and twelve.
"During my career, I've worked in numerous locations all over the world, but I always felt something was lacking. One of the "World's Top Destinations," Cora Cora Maldives truly makes me feel complete. A wonderfully refreshing setting for a woman working in hospitality, I am free to demonstrate my knowledge, skills, and passion regardless of my age, colour, or gender. I am continually inspired by moms, especially my own since her smile has the ability to make me forget about my troubles. I work at the CoRa Kids Club where I see the wonderful interactions between mothers and children. I wouldn't be the person I am now without my mother Cindy.
Coordinator for housekeeping - Nus-Ha
The local community is supported by Cora Cora Maldives with a focus on empowering women. The housekeeping coordinator, Nus-Ha, is from the Maldives and finds working there to be a great blessing. "I'm thankful that my job has such breathtaking natural beauty because I'm from the Maldives. Being able to spend time with my family frequently is one of the finest aspects of working at Cora Cora Maldives; it is a true privilege. The welcoming environment at Cora Cora Maldives promotes equality and diversity. Here, when we support one another and just have respect for one another, there is a strong female power.
At Teien, Demi Chef de Partie - Layan
Only 10% of workers in the tourist and hospitality sectors in the Maldives are women, according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics in 2019. In order to reverse this trend, Cora Cora Maldives is committed to empowering young girls and women. This viewpoint is shared by Layan from the Maldives, a Demi Chef de Partie at Teien restaurant. "Coming from the Maldives gives me the chance to learn about the tourism business at an early age in one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Not only do I feel encouraged by my peers, but also by senior management, who supports my development and creation of personal goals.
Acquapazza's assistant restaurant manager - Marika
Women are not only supported and empowered by Cora Cora Maldives, but they are also urged to strive for excellence and to stand up for what they believe in. The assistant restaurant manager at Acquapazza, Marika from Uzbekistan, respects this aspect of the resort's concept. "I leaped at the chance to work at Cora Cora Maldives because I've always wanted to live near the water and experience island life. The dedication to the environment and animals among the Green Globe community motivates me to strive for more. The Cora Cora Maldives is without a doubt the most beautiful place I've ever worked or lived.
For others to follow, Cora Cora Maldives is setting the example. It is proving daily that its dedication to female empowerment and equity of opportunity is a key priority with all-female teams who motivate their female coworkers and offer clients exceptional customer service and mouthwatering regional food.