New Straits Times: 09 May 2022. 
Major (R) Shera Ann Bosco pioneered an organisation called CARING MOMS in 2016 with the main goal of helping women, especially mothers, to be financially independent through entrepreneurship.

The efforts of her dedicated team have resulted in the steady economic empowerment of thousands of women in the country.

CARING MOMS has since grown into an entrepreneurial development platform that connects women to a network of individuals and corporations, providing them access to a wide range of opportunities, skills, and guidance, as well as empowering them to be independent.

“The entrepreneurial development platform was built from the ground up to economically empower mothers and women alike. It strives to provide a safe environment for mothers to transact, learn, interact and gain support to kickstart and grow their businesses,” she said.

In the past two years of the Covid-19 pandemic, the 45-year-old mother to a 13-year-old boy has been a strong advocate of women empowerment.


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