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Welcome to the 13th Filipina Leadership Global Summit and to beautiful Cebu, Philippines!

The Filipina Leadership Global Summit is exclusively designed for the Global FWN100™ Awardees—Filipina women leaders creating change in the world of Filipinas in diaspora.

Each year, the Filipina Women’s Network explores these questions when designing the Filipina Summit’s intensive learning experience. The summit brings together Filipina women leaders from a variety of industries and countries to think collaboratively about the future of our respective communities, work, and leadership. The sessions, action group discussions, and personal reflections, are designed to help you gain insights about the future of leadership as a Filipina woman.
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Saturday, August 20
 

9:00am

FWN Board Meeting (Closed Session)
FWN Board Members powwow with the Staff!

This is a closed session and by invitation only.

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Dress Code: Resort Casual

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events or sessions without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

Moderators
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Raissa Alvero

Raissa Alvero

FWN Fellow, Filipina Women's Network
Raissa Alvero is a visual arts industry professional based in Montreal, Canada. In 2012, she served as the Associate Director of the Douglas Udell Gallery Vancouver until 2014. She is currently the Director of Communications for Douglas Udell Gallery Edmonton. In addition to her work in the gallery capacity, Raissa is the 2015-2016 Fellow for the Filipina Women's Network and an independent Visual Artist Advocate and Consultant.
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Maria Beebe

Founding Partner, Global Networks
Dr. Maria Beebe has a Master of Arts in Anthropology and Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University.  Her research interests include critical discourse analysis, women’s leadership and information and communication technologies (ICT) for development and for teaching and learning.  | | Dr. Beebe has over twenty-five years experience in global development in higher education, telecommunications, and sustainable development... Read More →
avatar for Thelma Boac

Thelma Boac

Board of Trustees, Berryessa Unified School District
Thelma Boac was born in the province of Bohol, Philippines and came to America at the age of ten. She became an English, Spanish, and Music teacher and taught for many years before becoming an administrator and high school principal, the only Filipina principal in twenty years in the East Side Union High School District in San Jose, CA. 

 | | Thelma retired after 37 years in education but continues to work as adjunct professor for... Read More →
avatar for Sonia Delen

Sonia Delen

Senior Vice President, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Sonia Delen is a Senior Vice President in the structuring and transaction management group at Banc of America Leasing (BAL), a subsidiary of Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She is a corporate manager, entrepreneur, philanthropist, community leader, family & disability advocate, and a femtor. Sonia is the highest ranked Filipina at BAL; serves on the boards of Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), Philippine International Aid; and the... Read More →
avatar for Bambi Lorica

Bambi Lorica

Board Member, Filipina Women's Network
Bambi Lorica, MD, FAAP is a holistic pediatrician, community advocate and lyric soprano. Subspecializing in energy medicine , she is currently a fellow in Anti-aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine and is a member of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. As a physician entrepreneur she has internationalized the standards of a medical company providing emergency medical and transport services in... Read More →

Steering Committee
avatar for Josephine Romero

Josephine Romero

CEO, Magpie.IM Pte Ltd
Global FWN100 Selection Chair

Global FWN100™ Awardees
avatar for Nini Alvero

Nini Alvero

Assistant Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance. Caoile’s professional experience includes more than 30... Read More →

Saturday August 20, 2016 9:00am - 7:00pm
Shangri-La Mactan Punta Engaño Road, Lapu-Lapu, 6015 Cebu, Philippines
 
Sunday, August 21
 

11:30am

Lunch Pow Wow (Summit Schedule Review): FWN Board and Summit Steering Committee (By invitation only; Closed Session)
FWN Board Members powwow with the Summit Steering Committee and Staff!

This is a closed session and by invitation only.

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Dress Code: Resort Casual

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events or sessions without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

Moderators
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →

Speakers
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Maria Beebe

Founding Partner, Global Networks
Dr. Maria Beebe has a Master of Arts in Anthropology and Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University.  Her research interests include critical discourse analysis, women’s leadership and information and communication technologies (ICT) for development and for teaching and learning.  | | Dr. Beebe has over twenty-five years experience in global development in higher education, telecommunications, and sustainable development... Read More →

Steering Committee
avatar for Chit Lijauco

Chit Lijauco

Managing Editor, Philippine Tatler
avatar for Emma Imperial

Emma Imperial

President & CEO, Imperial Homes Corporation
Emma Marcha Imperial is President and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Homes Group of Companies. Imperial Homes Corporation (IHC) to date has built 15,000 homes. IHC was awarded by IFC World Bank Philippines first Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies (EDGE) Certificate for Green Building, a prestigious award given to home units, which exemplify design achievements in areas of energy, water reduction and renewable materials. IHC is the... Read More →
avatar for Josephine Romero

Josephine Romero

CEO, Magpie.IM Pte Ltd
Global FWN100 Selection Chair
MA

Marcelina Ace Itchon

President & CEO, Aspen Philippines Inc.
ML

Mary Lou Cunanan

EMBA Student and Corporate Shareholder, Vision International Philippines Inc. and Asian Institute of Management
avatar for Nini Alvero

Nini Alvero

Assistant Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines
avatar for Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Adviser, Former Managing Director & CEO, Former Chairwoman, The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ, Philippine Swiss Business Council
SB

Susan Bautista Afan

Managing Director, ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc.

Global FWN100™ Awardees
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance. Caoile’s professional experience includes more than 30... Read More →
avatar for Sonia Delen

Sonia Delen

Senior Vice President, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Sonia Delen is a Senior Vice President in the structuring and transaction management group at Banc of America Leasing (BAL), a subsidiary of Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She is a corporate manager, entrepreneur, philanthropist, community leader, family & disability advocate, and a femtor. Sonia is the highest ranked Filipina at BAL; serves on the boards of Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), Philippine International Aid; and the... Read More →
avatar for Bambi Lorica

Bambi Lorica

Board Member, Filipina Women's Network
Bambi Lorica, MD, FAAP is a holistic pediatrician, community advocate and lyric soprano. Subspecializing in energy medicine , she is currently a fellow in Anti-aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine and is a member of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. As a physician entrepreneur she has internationalized the standards of a medical company providing emergency medical and transport services in... Read More →

Sunday August 21, 2016 11:30am - 1:30pm
Camotes Room

1:00pm

Registration #1 (Pick-up your Summit Credentials)


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Dress Code: Resort Casual

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

FWN Shuttle 
Meet at the Shangri-La Mactan hotel lobby.  Shuttle leaves hotel at 5:00 pm promptly. 
Board shuttle where you were dropped off. Return to hotel at 9:00 pm promptly

If you missed the shuttle, take Uber: download the app (before the summit) and apply this link to receive your first FREE ride - https://www.uber.com/invite/uberFWN 

**The Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.** 



Sunday August 21, 2016 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Camia Room

3:00pm

FWN Members ONLY Meeting: Developing Your Circle of Influence
FWN Members ONLY Meeting: Developing Your Circle of Influence 
Maximizing Your Investment in Attending the Filipina Summit

Summit Weaver: Marily Mondejar


FWN Members ONLY Meeting. Get a head start with developing your Circle of Influence and how to maximize your investment in your career portfolio.

Meet the FWN Board, Summit Steering Committee, Summit Staff and fellow Awardees.

We will divide you into Action Teams for the Learning Journey.

Buddy up with a fellow awardee to deepen friendships.  

The FWN Summit Steering Committee and the Board has spent a lot of time in bringing together the women that create change and disrupt the status quo in communities and organizations all over the world. The summit is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Filipina women leaders selected for the 2016 Global FWN100 Awards to be together in one place. This configuration, this composition of personalities together in Cebu, Philippines, and the places we'll be visiting, the events we'll be celebrating will never happen again. 

The FWN Board and the Summit Steering Committee welcome attendees on how to maximize investment in the Filipina Summit = Developing Your Circle of Influence

We all know that networking is important and we invest in ourselves so we can meet those who can belong to our circle of influence. Travelling to Cebu, Philippines is about connecting with each other who are of Philippine ancestry and supporting the Philippine economy. To succeed in today's world, it’s not only about what you know, it’s who you know and how you have developed and nurtured relationships with. This is the secret of professional and business success.

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Dress Code: "Filipina Women in the Diaspora"

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 


Moderators
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →

Steering Committee
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Marcelina Ace Itchon

President & CEO, Aspen Philippines Inc.



Sunday August 21, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Jasmine Room Shangri-La Mactan

5:00pm

Welcome Soirée hosted by Cebu Governor Davide III and Vice Governor Agnes Magpale with Awesome, Fearless Cebuana Influentials
Welcome to Cebu, the Queen City of the South!

We will be hosted by Cebu Governor Hilario Davide III and Vice Governor Agnes Almendras Magpale at the Provincial Capitol for a warm welcome to beautiful Cebu! Be ready to be entertained and leave your heart in Cebu!

We've asked our fellow Global FWN100™ Awardees / Filipina sisters to help FWN provide a warm welcome only Cebuana locals can provide to weary out-of-towners from 12 countries [Australia, Belgium, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, the United States, and of course, the Philippines].

They will share with us the Top 10 Amazing Secrets Only Locals Know About Cebu: what to eat. why you should live.work here. how and when to invest. And why wearing a "Filipina Women in Diaspora" outfit is the coolest thing to wear in Cebu.

Then we salo salo. And soireé.


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Dress Code: "Filipina Women in Diaspora" Wear an outfit typical to your adopted country. If you live in the Philippines, wear an outfit best representing your city, province or region! Be ready to rock and roll for the photo shoot and postings on Twitter, FB and Instagram. FWN photographers will be around to memorialize our evening.


Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a gues) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

FWN Shuttle 
Meet at the Shangri-La Mactan hotel lobby.  Shuttle leaves hotel at 5:00 pm promptly. 
Board shuttle where you were dropped off. Return to hotel at 9:00 pm promptly

If you missed the shuttle, take Uber: download the app (before the summit) and apply this link to receive your first FREE ride - https://www.uber.com/invite/uberFWN 

**The Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.** 



Moderators
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →
avatar for Myrna Tang Yao

Myrna Tang Yao

PRESIDENT AND CEO, Richprime Global Inc. and Richwell Trading Corporation

Global FWN100™ Awardees
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Gina Garcia Atienza

Publisher, Sun.Star
avatar for Stella Solero Bernabe

Stella Solero Bernabe

Region Head Manulife-STELLAR Region, Recruitment, Business Expansion Nationwide, Financial Planning
avatar for Milagros Fernan Cayosa

Milagros Fernan Cayosa

Member, Integrated Bar of the Philippines of the Judicial and Bar Council
avatar for Raquel Choa

Raquel Choa

Founder, The Chocolate Chamber
PD

Paulette Deduque-Liu

President, PSC Primary Skills, Inc.;
avatar for Tita Q. Dumagsa

Tita Q. Dumagsa

Project Director, Real Medicine Foundation Philippines
MD

Marina Durano

Open Society Foundations
AL

Amparito Llamas Lhuillier

Founder, Amparito Llamas Lhuillier Education Foundation
avatar for Melanie Ng

Melanie Ng

President, Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Entrepreneur and Civic Leader, Melanie Ng is the current President of the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry. She has also served as Vice President for Business Development and Management Services in 2015 and Vice President for Membership Development Division of the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 2012 to 2014. She was also Chairperson of the Cebu Business Month in2013 for CCCI. | She is the past President and past Chair of the... Read More →



Sunday August 21, 2016 5:00pm - 8:30pm
Cebu Provincial Capitol Building N. Escario St., Cebu Capitol, Cebu City
 
Monday, August 22
 

7:00am

Board Bus at Main Wing Lobby (Learning Journey)
Bus leaves promptly.
If you miss the bus, you can take a taxi to Kor Landa at MEPZ1 3rd St & 2nd Ave. Rd., MEPZ1, Lapu-lapu City, Cebu.
For questions, contact the FWN Secretariat and look for Rovi:
(032) 231 0288 ask to connect to Camia Room
  Mobile: +63.999.883.0848 

Monday August 22, 2016 7:00am - 7:30am
Shangri-La Mactan Lobby

7:00am

FUN Welcome from the "Hunks"
You will be welcomed with leis and gorgeous "Hunks" as you board the bus for our Learning Journey!

Monday August 22, 2016 7:00am - 7:30am
Foyer of Shangri-La Mactan Punta Engaño Road, Lapu-Lapu, 6015 Cebu, Philippines

7:00am

Registration #2 (Pick-up your Summit Credentials)
Registration #2 (Pick-up your Summit Credentials) 

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Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

FWN Shuttle 
Meet at the Shangri-La Mactan hotel lobby.  Shuttle leaves hotel at 7:30 am promptly. 
Board shuttle where you were dropped off. Return to hotel at 9:00 pm promptly

If you missed the shuttle, take Uber: download the app (before the summit) and apply this link to receive your first FREE ride - https://www.uber.com/invite/uberFWN 

**The Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.** 



Monday August 22, 2016 7:00am - 7:30am
Camia Room

7:30am

Learning Journey #1: Customers of the Future
Learning Journey: Customers of the Future  

The Learning Journey Sites: 
Kor Landa
Kenneth Cobonpue
Lapu Lapu Shrine

We will visit companies and focus on changing customers' needs in the B2C and B2B industries of various products and services servicing a global clientele. Industries we're exploring are fashion accessories, furniture manufacturing, food and food additive manufacturing and technology.

Then we gather at the next morning to recap learnings with each group reporting back their observations.

"A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world."
--John LeCarre

More than a field trip or a fact-finding mission, Learning Journeys immerse us in the reality--and long-range implications--of the knowledge economy. These experiences enable us to deepen, accelerate, and internalize our own learning about profound changes in the business environment and, at the same time, share experiences and perspectives with fellow FWN members from different companies, industries, and countries. Learning Journeys reflect our conviction that the most powerful learning occurs through experience and interaction, not from books or speeches.

The Learning Journeys developed for the Customers of the Future meeting offer a rich array of experiences, company visits, and conversations emblematic of changing customer relationships and the new (or transformed) business models emerging in response.

FWN members will board a bus and set out on foot to investigate Customers of the Future.

We will explore the question -
Has the customer changed, or is it our understanding of the customer that has changed? -- Chris Riley, Wieden & Kennedy

We'll have a first-hand look at the customers, producers, and purveyors of the future which will set the stage for subsequent conversations designed to deepen our understanding of the causes, manifestations, and implications of changing customer relationships. Among the topics we will discuss in small groups: the future of brands, value webs, global youth, the particularity of desire, the digital divide, and why companies still don’t get it!

Who will be the “customers of the future?” What will they want? And how will businesses construct relationships with them that are satisfying, meaningful, and ultimately profitable? 

Attendees will be divided into groups. Each group will explore one of the following discussion topics during the Learning Journey and report their findings at the end of the day, when we gather the next morning:
  1. Changing customer relationships - Christine Amour- Levar
  2. New realities and most compelling hypotheses about the customer of the future - Jopin Romero
  3. Most compelling changes and corporate tools for capitalizing on opportunities - Nora Terrado
  4. Key insights about emergent changes, their significance, and the implications for  companies. - Paulette Deduque Liu


We will creat a Learning Wall & Individual Reflections
The Learning Wall will showcase photos, quotes, and other artifacts gathered during the day’s learning journeys. Participants will share their personal observations. 



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Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring a change of clothes in case you want to freshen up at one of our stops during our Learning Journey.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

FWN Shuttle 
Meet at the Shangri-La Mactan hotel lobby.  Shuttle leaves hotel at 7:30 am promptly. 
Board shuttle where you were dropped off. Return to hotel at 8:30 pm promptly

If you missed the shuttle, take Uber: download the app (before the summit) and apply this link to receive your first FREE ride - https://www.uber.com/invite/uberFWN 

**The Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.** 




Speakers
avatar for Christine Amour-Levar

Christine Amour-Levar

Founding Partner, Chief Marketing Officer, Marketing Consultant, Women On A Mission, iRaceMedia, Temasek
PD

Paulette Deduque-Liu

President, PSC Primary Skills, Inc.;
avatar for Josephine Romero

Josephine Romero

CEO, Magpie.IM Pte Ltd
Global FWN100 Selection Chair
avatar for Nora Terrado

Nora Terrado

Undersecretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines


Monday August 22, 2016 7:30am - 12:30pm
Shangri-La Mactan Lobby

1:30pm

OPENING KEYNOTE: Angelica Berrie, President, Russell Berrie Foundation
Limited Capacity seats available

KEYNOTE: Angelica Berrie, President, Russell Berrie Foundation
  • INFLUENCE. ACCELERATE. ACTION.
  • Developing next generation leaders: how do we accelerate our talent pipeline?


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PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF SCHEDULE:

12:30 pm - Check-in, pick up pre-ordered books, Fellowship with VIP guests, Summit 2016 Steering Committee, FWN board members, selected book authors and FWN100 Awardees, coffee/tea and light fare
  • Lunch sponsored by Ace Itchon, President and CEO, Aspen Philippines
1:15 pm -
Welcome Remarks and Acknowledgments
  • Chancellor Candice Gotianuy, University of Cebu
  • Marily Mondejar, Founder and CEO, Filipina Women's Network
  • Keynote: Angelica Berrie, President, Russell Berrie Foundation
Press Conference: Book Launch
DISRUPT 2.0. Filipina Women: Daring to Lead
Book Reading and Signing
  • Media Co-Chairs Chit Lijauco, Philippine Tatler and Susan Afan, ABS CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation
1:45 pm - Author readings

2:30 pm - Pinay Speed Femtoring

4:00 pm - Book purchases, author signing; Continue fellowship

4:30 pm - END


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Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

FWN Shuttle 
Meet at the Shangri-La Mactan hotel lobby.  Shuttle leaves hotel at 7:30 am promptly. 
Board shuttle where you were dropped off. Return to hotel at 9:00 pm promptly

If you missed the shuttle, take Uber: download the app (before the summit) and apply this link to receive your first FREE ride - https://www.uber.com/invite/uberFWN 

**The Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.** 


Moderators
avatar for Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Adviser, Former Managing Director & CEO, Former Chairwoman, The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ, Philippine Swiss Business Council
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →

Speakers

Monday August 22, 2016 1:30pm - 2:00pm
University of Cebu: Banilad Campus

1:30pm

Welcome to University of Cebu: Candice Gotianuy, Chancellor
Limited Capacity seats available

Welcome to University of Cebu: Candice Gotianuy, Chancellor
  • INFLUENCE. ACCELERATE. ACTION.
  • Developing next generation leaders: how do we accelerate our talent pipeline?


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PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF SCHEDULE:

12:30 pm - Check-in, pick up pre-ordered books, Fellowship with VIP guests, Summit 2016 Steering Committee, FWN board members, selected book authors and FWN100 Awardees, coffee/tea and light fare
  • Lunch sponsored by Ace Itchon, President and CEO, Aspen Philippines
1:15 pm -
Welcome Remarks and Acknowledgments
  • Chancellor Candice Gotianuy, University of Cebu
  • Marily Mondejar, Founder and CEO, Filipina Women's Network
  • Keynote: Angelica Berrie, President, Russell Berrie Foundation
Press Conference: Book Launch
DISRUPT 2.0. Filipina Women: Daring to Lead
Book Reading and Signing
  • Media Co-Chairs Chit Lijauco, Philippine Tatler and Susan Afan, ABS CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation
1:45 pm - Author readings

2:30 pm - Pinay Speed Femtoring

4:00 pm - Book purchases, author signing; Continue fellowship

4:30 pm - END


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Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

FWN Shuttle 
Meet at the Shangri-La Mactan hotel lobby.  Shuttle leaves hotel at 7:30 am promptly. 
Board shuttle where you were dropped off. Return to hotel at 9:00 pm promptly

If you missed the shuttle, take Uber: download the app (before the summit) and apply this link to receive your first FREE ride - https://www.uber.com/invite/uberFWN 

**The Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.** 


Moderators
avatar for Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Adviser, Former Managing Director & CEO, Former Chairwoman, The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ, Philippine Swiss Business Council
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →

Speakers

Monday August 22, 2016 1:30pm - 2:00pm
University of Cebu: Banilad Campus

2:00pm

Press Conference • Book Launch • Meet the Authors • Book Signing: "DISRUPT 2.0. Filipina Women: Daring To Lead"
Limited Capacity seats available

Press Conference & Book Launch: "DISRUPT 2.0. Filipina Women: Daring To Lead" 
Meet the Authors 

37 select authors will read excerpts from their chapters. Book signing will follow.

Authors are US and Global FWN100 awardees contributed chapters about the following themes:

  • Life disruptions
  • Workplace disruptions initiated
  • Leadership competencies developed for oneself, for leading others, for leading organizations, and
  • Legacy building for next generation leaders

Maria A. Beebe, Ph.D.
Editor
FWN Board Member
MariaB@ffwn.org


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PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF SCHEDULE:

12:30 pm - Check-in, pick up pre-ordered books, Fellowship with VIP guests, Summit 2016 Steering Committee, FWN board members, selected book authors and FWN100 Awardees, coffee/tea and light fare
  • Lunch sponsored by Ace Itchon, President and CEO, Aspen Philippines
1:15 pm -
Welcome Remarks and Acknowledgments
  • Chancellor Candice Gotianuy, University of Cebu
  • Marily Mondejar, Founder and CEO, Filipina Women's Network
  • Keynote: Angelica Berrie, President, Russell Berrie Foundation
Press Conference: Book Launch
DISRUPT 2.0. Filipina Women: Daring to Lead
Book Reading and Signing
  • Media Co-Chairs Chit Lijauco, Philippine Tatler and Susan Afan, ABS CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation
1:45 pm - Author readings

3:15 pm - Pinay Speed Femtoring

4:00 pm - Book purchases, author signing; Continue fellowship

4:30 pm - END


==================
Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

FWN Shuttle 
Meet at the Shangri-La Mactan hotel lobby.  Shuttle leaves hotel at 7:30 am promptly. 
Board shuttle where you were dropped off. Return to hotel at 9:00 pm promptly

If you missed the shuttle, take Uber: download the app (before the summit) and apply this link to receive your first FREE ride - https://www.uber.com/invite/uberFWN 

**The Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.** 


Moderators
SB

Susan Bautista Afan

Managing Director, ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc.
avatar for Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Adviser, Former Managing Director & CEO, Former Chairwoman, The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ, Philippine Swiss Business Council
avatar for Chit Lijauco

Chit Lijauco

Managing Editor, Philippine Tatler
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →

Speakers
FM

Francine Maigue

District Director, California State Assembly

Authors
avatar for Elizabeth Bautista

Elizabeth Bautista

Group Leader, Operations Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Bautista leads the Operations Technology Group at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) located at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. NERSC is the Department of Energy’s (DOE) leading supercomputer center for open scientific research and Bautista’s group provides 24x7 support to ensure that these critical computing resources are available to nearly 6,000 users at... Read More →
MB

Maria Beebe

Founding Partner, Global Networks
Dr. Maria Beebe has a Master of Arts in Anthropology and Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University.  Her research interests include critical discourse analysis, women’s leadership and information and communication technologies (ICT) for development and for teaching and learning.  | | Dr. Beebe has over twenty-five years experience in global development in higher education, telecommunications, and sustainable development... Read More →
avatar for Thelma Boac

Thelma Boac

Board of Trustees, Berryessa Unified School District
Thelma Boac was born in the province of Bohol, Philippines and came to America at the age of ten. She became an English, Spanish, and Music teacher and taught for many years before becoming an administrator and high school principal, the only Filipina principal in twenty years in the East Side Union High School District in San Jose, CA. 

 | | Thelma retired after 37 years in education but continues to work as adjunct professor for... Read More →
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance. Caoile’s professional experience includes more than 30... Read More →
avatar for Emma Imperial

Emma Imperial

President & CEO, Imperial Homes Corporation
Emma Marcha Imperial is President and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Homes Group of Companies. Imperial Homes Corporation (IHC) to date has built 15,000 homes. IHC was awarded by IFC World Bank Philippines first Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies (EDGE) Certificate for Green Building, a prestigious award given to home units, which exemplify design achievements in areas of energy, water reduction and renewable materials. IHC is the... Read More →
avatar for Rocio Nuyda

Rocio Nuyda

Owner, Grace Events
avatar for Josephine Romero

Josephine Romero

CEO, Magpie.IM Pte Ltd
Global FWN100 Selection Chair
MN

Maria Nieves Santos-Greaves

Clinic Manager, Surrey Hearing Care, Inc.
avatar for Myrna Tang Yao

Myrna Tang Yao

PRESIDENT AND CEO, Richprime Global Inc. and Richwell Trading Corporation

Global FWN100™ Awardees
avatar for Bambi Lorica

Bambi Lorica

Board Member, Filipina Women's Network
Bambi Lorica, MD, FAAP is a holistic pediatrician, community advocate and lyric soprano. Subspecializing in energy medicine , she is currently a fellow in Anti-aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine and is a member of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. As a physician entrepreneur she has internationalized the standards of a medical company providing emergency medical and transport services in... Read More →


Monday August 22, 2016 2:00pm - 3:15pm
University of Cebu: Banilad Campus

3:15pm

Pinay Speed Femtoring with Global FWN100™ Awardees
Pinay Speed Femtoring 

READY . . . GET SET . . . FEMTOR ! ! !
Global FWN100™ Speed Femtor 100 Young Pinay Femtees / Protégés

Moderators will facilitate this awesome and popular panel - one of the highlights of the Summit - femtoring next generation leaders by the Global FWN100 Awardees.

After the Pinay Speed Femtoring, FEMtorMatch gurus, will walk you through the FEMtorMatch website so you can sign up as a FEMtee and be matched with a FEMtor to continue an official femtoring partnership to guide your professional career.

FWN's 7th year of building the pipeline next generation of Pinay leaders. Pinay Speed Femtoring is a learning event at which femtees / protégés can ask the Global FWN100™ Awardees (AKA Femtors) the "everything-you've-always-wanted-to-know-but-didn't-know-whom-to-ask" questions. Femtees will have the opportunity to interact with Femtors during the course of the session by moving to different topic tables every 15 minutes.

Advance sign-up is required for Femtees so you will be able to indicate, in advance, the areas in which you would most like to give (if you're a Femtor) or receive (if you're a Femtee) advice.

There will be no time for drop-in participants. No registrations at-the-door.


FREE for FEMtees to attend if nominated by a Femtor FWN100™ Awardee and/or awardee): 
To sign up as a FEMTEE to participate at the Speed Femtoring session, go to http://bit.ly/29OuRvt


Moderators
avatar for Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Adviser, Former Managing Director & CEO, Former Chairwoman, The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ, Philippine Swiss Business Council
PD

Paulette Deduque-Liu

President, PSC Primary Skills, Inc.;
avatar for Eloiza Domingo-Snyder

Eloiza Domingo-Snyder

Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Johns Hopkins Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Health System
avatar for Bernadette M. Schlueter

Bernadette M. Schlueter

Principal, SHAPE American Elementary School, Casteau, Belgium

Global FWN100™ Awardees
avatar for Mylene Abiva

Mylene Abiva

President & CEO, FELTA Multi-Media Inc., Manila, Philippines
I am advocate of Robotics/ STEM (Science ,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I am a Marketing and Entrepreneur Mentor. Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Philippines (Women Category-2009),ASEAN Business Leader (Women-20014), ASEAN Women Entrepreneur of the Year (2015), 100 Most Influential Filipina Woman in the world (2016)
avatar for Carlota Hufana Ader

Carlota Hufana Ader

President & Owner, CHA Services
SB

Susan Bautista Afan

Managing Director, ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc.
avatar for Karen Ida Alparce-Villanueva

Karen Ida Alparce-Villanueva

Managing Director & Board Member, Health Prx Communication Services and Philippine Health Insurance Corporation
avatar for Nini Alvero

Nini Alvero

Assistant Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines
avatar for Christine Amour-Levar

Christine Amour-Levar

Founding Partner, Chief Marketing Officer, Marketing Consultant, Women On A Mission, iRaceMedia, Temasek
avatar for Olivia Limpe Aw

Olivia Limpe Aw

President & CEO, Disteleria Limtuaco & Co., Inc., Quezon City, Philippines
avatar for Karen Batungbacal

Karen Batungbacal

Executive General Manager, QBE
A strategic senior executive with over twenty-five years experience in multiple industries across Asia Pacific and the US. Karen is a recognized leader who has built and managed small to large-scale operations; from regional teams of 30 staff to Philippine businesses with over 10,000. She has grown businesses (Headcount and Revenue) dramatically in short periods of time and has managed these across the globe.
avatar for Stella Solero Bernabe

Stella Solero Bernabe

Region Head Manulife-STELLAR Region, Recruitment, Business Expansion Nationwide, Financial Planning
avatar for Thelma Boac

Thelma Boac

Board of Trustees, Berryessa Unified School District
Thelma Boac was born in the province of Bohol, Philippines and came to America at the age of ten. She became an English, Spanish, and Music teacher and taught for many years before becoming an administrator and high school principal, the only Filipina principal in twenty years in the East Side Union High School District in San Jose, CA. 

 | | Thelma retired after 37 years in education but continues to work as adjunct professor for... Read More →
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance. Caoile’s professional experience includes more than 30... Read More →
MR

Maria Rosa Carrion

CEO, Seagull Philippines Inc.
avatar for Milagros Fernan Cayosa

Milagros Fernan Cayosa

Member, Integrated Bar of the Philippines of the Judicial and Bar Council
avatar for Raquel Choa

Raquel Choa

Founder, The Chocolate Chamber
avatar for Irene Corpuz

Irene Corpuz

Head of Planning & IT Security, Western Region Municipality, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Hi! I'm Irene, fondly called as PAGS. We can talk about Cyber Security! see you all there! | | Cheers
avatar for Tita Q. Dumagsa

Tita Q. Dumagsa

Project Director, Real Medicine Foundation Philippines
avatar for Carmen Anne Garcia

Carmen Anne Garcia

Managing Director, Community Corporate Pty Ltd
avatar for Maria Agnes Gervacio

Maria Agnes Gervacio

President, NEC Philippines, Inc.
avatar for Maria Cristina Layug Go

Maria Cristina Layug Go

Senior Vice President, Retail Loans Group, BPI Family Savings Bank, Pasig City
PH

Pet Hartman

President and COO, Arch Global Services Inc.
MH

Maan Hontiveros

Chair, Air Asia Philippines
Maan Hontiveros has been a student and youth travel pioneer, a television producer and host, journalist, publishing executive, multi-media production leader, staunch advocate for the conservation and protection of the environment, music industry managing director, and a passionate promoter and supporter of Filipino arts, film, dance, music and culture before she assumed responsibility as Chief Executive Officer of Philippines’ AirAsia, Inc... Read More →
EM

Emma Marcha Imperial

Imperial Homes, President
MA

Marcelina Ace Itchon

President & CEO, Aspen Philippines Inc.
PA

Patricia Anne N. Javier-Gutierrez

Head of Communications and Media Relations, Philippines, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
avatar for Bambi Lorica

Bambi Lorica

Board Member, Filipina Women's Network
Bambi Lorica, MD, FAAP is a holistic pediatrician, community advocate and lyric soprano. Subspecializing in energy medicine , she is currently a fellow in Anti-aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine and is a member of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. As a physician entrepreneur she has internationalized the standards of a medical company providing emergency medical and transport services in... Read More →
FM

Francine Maigue

District Director, California State Assembly
avatar for Imelda Martin-Hum

Imelda Martin-Hum

President, COO, Brighton Sleep Diagnostic, IM System Group, IAWS Integrated Aviation Weather Solution, Michigan, USA
AB

Ana Bel Mayo

President, Councilor, I Colori del Mondo Adda Onlus, Associaziona Citta'Mondo Milano, Milan, Italy
avatar for Rocio Nuyda

Rocio Nuyda

Owner, Grace Events
avatar for Rachel Anne Quintos Pagdagdagan

Rachel Anne Quintos Pagdagdagan

Manager, Author, User Education, HTC Corporation, Abroad Me: 22 Success Strategies for Young Overseas Filipinos, Taipei, Taiwan
avatar for Arlene Pulido

Arlene Pulido

Learning & Development Manager, Al Tamimi & Company Advocates & Legal Consultants, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →
avatar for evelia religioso

evelia religioso

Vice President - REVA Farms, President - Siniloan Feeds Corporation
Director - Rural Bank of Mabitac Inc. | Chairman - Siniloan Water District | | Siniloan Feeds Corporation (SIFECO) is a livelihood project. It benefits 114 cooperators and families. The Corporation provides the piglets, the animal feeds, technical support and marketing of the finished hogs. The cooperator provide the housing and labor in growing the pigs for 3 to 4 months. Net income is 75% for the cooperator and 25% only for SIFECO. At any... Read More →
avatar for Karen Graciles Remo

Karen Graciles Remo

Managing Director & Co-founder, New Perspective Media, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
avatar for Nora Terrado

Nora Terrado

Undersecretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines
avatar for Elena "Jingjing" Villanueva-Romero

Elena "Jingjing" Villanueva-Romero

Founder & CEO, Stratos Public Relations Consultancy
avatar for Eva Marie Wang

Eva Marie Wang

Writer, Ph.D. Researcher, Seoul National University
Eva Marie Wang is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Seoul National University (Republic of Korea) under Global Education Cooperation Program. Eva is a Knowledge Broker, Overseas Filipino Student Leader and International Student Rights Advocate. | | She served as the President of Pinoy Iskolars sa Korea (PIKO or Organization of Filipino Scholars in Korea) in AY 2012 and 2013. Student-led initiatives during her leadership which she fondly... Read More →
RW

Rosalind Wee

Founder, W Group of Companies
avatar for Marife Zamora

Marife Zamora

Chaiman, Convergys Philippines, Convergys Corporation
I'm passionate about women, the workplace and the will to lead. My other passion is my one year old grandson Ayrton.


Monday August 22, 2016 3:15pm - 4:30pm
University of Cebu: Banilad Campus

5:00pm

Cebu Restaurant Crawl (No-Host Supper) @ The Terraces Ayala

FREE NIGHT:
Dinner on your own @
 The Terraces Ayala, home to 48 international and specialty restaurants

Network and deeper friendships and business partnerships.




Monday August 22, 2016 5:00pm - 7:00pm
The Terraces Ayala

7:30pm

Bus Leaves Ayala
Monday August 22, 2016 7:30pm - 8:30pm
TBA

8:00pm

Learning Journey #2: Leadership Lessons from Datu Lapu Lapu
You can't leave Cebu and not learn about the heroism of Lapu Lapu.

Lapu-Lapu City is a first class highly-urbanized city in the province of Cebu in the Philippines. The city occupies most of Mactan Island, a few kilometre off the main island of Cebu and also covers the area of Olango Island further to the southeast region, plus a few other islands. It is part of the Cebu Metropolitan Area which is located in Cebu City. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of about 292,530 people.

 

The city is linked to Mandaue City on mainland Cebu by the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge and Marcelo Fernan Bridge. Mactan-Cebu International Airport, the second busiest airport in the Philippines, is located in Lapu-Lapu City. The only aquarium attraction in the Visayas is also located in Lapu-lapu City.

History

In the 16th century Mactan Island was colonized by Spain. Augustinians friars founded the town of Opon in 1730 and became a city in 1961 and was renamed after Datu Lapu-Lapu, a Muslim king who defeated Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. This battle is commemorated at the Lapu-Lapu shrine in Punta Engaño.



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Dress Code: Business Casual; comfortable walking shoes; please wear your FWN name badge
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

Transportation shuttle provided if you are registered for the full summit and staying at the hotel. ** Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.**

Moderators
avatar for Stella Solero Bernabe

Stella Solero Bernabe

Region Head Manulife-STELLAR Region, Recruitment, Business Expansion Nationwide, Financial Planning
avatar for Melanie Ng

Melanie Ng

President, Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Entrepreneur and Civic Leader, Melanie Ng is the current President of the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry. She has also served as Vice President for Business Development and Management Services in 2015 and Vice President for Membership Development Division of the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 2012 to 2014. She was also Chairperson of the Cebu Business Month in2013 for CCCI. | She is the past President and past Chair of the... Read More →

Monday August 22, 2016 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Lapu Lapu Shrine

9:30pm

IMPORTANT: Awards Rehearsal for 2016 Global FWN100™ and FWN Board Members
Limited Capacity seats available


IMPORTANT: Awards Rehearsal for 2016 Global FWN100™ and FWN Board Members

Don't miss this rehearsal. We will review the awards process, guidelines for your acceptance speech, awards presenters, and what to do during the Gala Awards Ceremony. 

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Dress Code: Pajama, caftan, comfortable clothing. Please wear your name badge at all times for entry to all summit educational sessions and off-ste special events.

Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

Moderators
avatar for Thelma Boac

Thelma Boac

Board of Trustees, Berryessa Unified School District
Thelma Boac was born in the province of Bohol, Philippines and came to America at the age of ten. She became an English, Spanish, and Music teacher and taught for many years before becoming an administrator and high school principal, the only Filipina principal in twenty years in the East Side Union High School District in San Jose, CA. 

 | | Thelma retired after 37 years in education but continues to work as adjunct professor for... Read More →
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance. Caoile’s professional experience includes more than 30... Read More →
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Josephine Romero

Josephine Romero

CEO, Magpie.IM Pte Ltd
Global FWN100 Selection Chair

Global FWN100™ Awardees
avatar for Mylene Abiva

Mylene Abiva

President & CEO, FELTA Multi-Media Inc., Manila, Philippines
I am advocate of Robotics/ STEM (Science ,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I am a Marketing and Entrepreneur Mentor. Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Philippines (Women Category-2009),ASEAN Business Leader (Women-20014), ASEAN Women Entrepreneur of the Year (2015), 100 Most Influential Filipina Woman in the world (2016)
avatar for Carlota Hufana Ader

Carlota Hufana Ader

President & Owner, CHA Services
avatar for Karen Ida Alparce-Villanueva

Karen Ida Alparce-Villanueva

Managing Director & Board Member, Health Prx Communication Services and Philippine Health Insurance Corporation
avatar for Nini Alvero

Nini Alvero

Assistant Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines
avatar for Christine Amour-Levar

Christine Amour-Levar

Founding Partner, Chief Marketing Officer, Marketing Consultant, Women On A Mission, iRaceMedia, Temasek
GG

Gina Garcia Atienza

Publisher, Sun.Star
avatar for Olivia Limpe Aw

Olivia Limpe Aw

President & CEO, Disteleria Limtuaco & Co., Inc., Quezon City, Philippines
avatar for Karen Batungbacal

Karen Batungbacal

Executive General Manager, QBE
A strategic senior executive with over twenty-five years experience in multiple industries across Asia Pacific and the US. Karen is a recognized leader who has built and managed small to large-scale operations; from regional teams of 30 staff to Philippine businesses with over 10,000. She has grown businesses (Headcount and Revenue) dramatically in short periods of time and has managed these across the globe.
avatar for Stella Solero Bernabe

Stella Solero Bernabe

Region Head Manulife-STELLAR Region, Recruitment, Business Expansion Nationwide, Financial Planning
avatar for Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Adviser, Former Managing Director & CEO, Former Chairwoman, The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ, Philippine Swiss Business Council
CC

Charina Carrera

Marketing Manager, Island Pacific Supermarket
MR

Maria Rosa Carrion

CEO, Seagull Philippines Inc.
avatar for Milagros Fernan Cayosa

Milagros Fernan Cayosa

Member, Integrated Bar of the Philippines of the Judicial and Bar Council
avatar for Raquel Choa

Raquel Choa

Founder, The Chocolate Chamber
avatar for Irene Corpuz

Irene Corpuz

Head of Planning & IT Security, Western Region Municipality, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Hi! I'm Irene, fondly called as PAGS. We can talk about Cyber Security! see you all there! | | Cheers
ML

Mona Liza Dela Cruz

PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, THE INSULAR LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.
ML

Mary Lou Cunanan

EMBA Student and Corporate Shareholder, Vision International Philippines Inc. and Asian Institute of Management
MD

Marites Dagdag

President, Clorox International Philippines, Inc.
PD

Paulette Deduque-Liu

President, PSC Primary Skills, Inc.;
avatar for Eloiza Domingo-Snyder

Eloiza Domingo-Snyder

Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Johns Hopkins Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Health System
avatar for Tita Q. Dumagsa

Tita Q. Dumagsa

Project Director, Real Medicine Foundation Philippines
MD

Marina Durano

Open Society Foundations
avatar for Caroline Marian Enriquez

Caroline Marian Enriquez

President & CEO, Our Lady of Fatima University
I am an educator with a medical degree. I enjoy discussing education and how it can transform lives as well as innovations by which the delivery of knowledge in all its facets can be improved. Addressing skills and competencies of graduates to ensure better workforce is a concern. | Personally, I enjoy travel and discovering different places and cultures. Visiting the local market of a new place is a must.
avatar for Carmen Anne Garcia

Carmen Anne Garcia

Managing Director, Community Corporate Pty Ltd
avatar for Marylou Garcia

Marylou Garcia

Managing Partner, Expense Reduction Analysts/Networking Women Capital Fund
avatar for Maria Agnes Gervacio

Maria Agnes Gervacio

President, NEC Philippines, Inc.
avatar for Maria Cristina Layug Go

Maria Cristina Layug Go

Senior Vice President, Retail Loans Group, BPI Family Savings Bank, Pasig City
PH

Pet Hartman

President and COO, Arch Global Services Inc.
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Anny Misa Hefti

Board Advisor, Samahang Pilipina Switzerland
I love a lively discussion on relationships, gender likeness and differences. I share my counseling experiences sans details mainly to open real life experiences to others. I also share my travel journals to anyone interested.
MH

Maan Hontiveros

Chair, Air Asia Philippines
Maan Hontiveros has been a student and youth travel pioneer, a television producer and host, journalist, publishing executive, multi-media production leader, staunch advocate for the conservation and protection of the environment, music industry managing director, and a passionate promoter and supporter of Filipino arts, film, dance, music and culture before she assumed responsibility as Chief Executive Officer of Philippines’ AirAsia, Inc... Read More →
avatar for Emma Imperial

Emma Imperial

President & CEO, Imperial Homes Corporation
Emma Marcha Imperial is President and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Homes Group of Companies. Imperial Homes Corporation (IHC) to date has built 15,000 homes. IHC was awarded by IFC World Bank Philippines first Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies (EDGE) Certificate for Green Building, a prestigious award given to home units, which exemplify design achievements in areas of energy, water reduction and renewable materials. IHC is the... Read More →
MA

Marcelina Ace Itchon

President & CEO, Aspen Philippines Inc.
PA

Patricia Anne N. Javier-Gutierrez

Head of Communications and Media Relations, Philippines, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
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Edita ("Edith") A. de Leon

Global Head of Corporate Affairs, Nestlé Nutrition, Nestlé Nutrition, Nestlé S.A.
AL

Amparito Llamas Lhuillier

Founder, Amparito Llamas Lhuillier Education Foundation
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Chit Lijauco

Managing Editor, Philippine Tatler
CR

Cynthia Romero Mamon

Chief Operating Officer, Enchanted Kingdom, Inc.
avatar for Imelda Martin-Hum

Imelda Martin-Hum

President, COO, Brighton Sleep Diagnostic, IM System Group, IAWS Integrated Aviation Weather Solution, Michigan, USA
AB

Ana Bel Mayo

President, Councilor, I Colori del Mondo Adda Onlus, Associaziona Citta'Mondo Milano, Milan, Italy
avatar for Sandra Sanchez Montano

Sandra Sanchez Montano

CEO, Community Health Education Emergency Rescue Services (CHEERS)
Board of Trustees | Moringaling Philippines Foundation  
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Cynthia Norton

President, Gymnastics Association of the Philippines
Former President and Chief Operating Officer of the Philippine Tourism Promotions Board, and the former Undersecretary of the Philippine Department of Tourism for Sports and Wellness Tourism from 2003 to 2010. During her stint, she made numerous initiatives on sports and health that include adventure sports, diving, golf, medical/healthcare travel, and wellness tourism, among many others. | A health enthusiast herself, she spent her life... Read More →
avatar for Rocio Nuyda

Rocio Nuyda

Owner, Grace Events
avatar for Rachel Anne Quintos Pagdagdagan

Rachel Anne Quintos Pagdagdagan

Manager, Author, User Education, HTC Corporation, Abroad Me: 22 Success Strategies for Young Overseas Filipinos, Taipei, Taiwan
LP

Lorna Patajo-Kapunan

Senior Partner, Kapunan, Garcia & Castillo Law Offices
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Arlene Pulido

Learning & Development Manager, Al Tamimi & Company Advocates & Legal Consultants, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
avatar for Karen Graciles Remo

Karen Graciles Remo

Managing Director & Co-founder, New Perspective Media, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
avatar for Nancy Reyes-Lumen

Nancy Reyes-Lumen

Self-proclaimed "ADOBOQUEEN", Partner, The Commissary Kitchen, Cookbook Author and Culinary brand ambassador
avatar for Rachel Salinel

Rachel Salinel

Co-Founder and Managing Partner/Senior UAE TV Correspondent/Radio News Reader, FEME Connect Directory/TFC-ABS-CBN/TAG 91.1 FM ARN
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Filipino Excellence in the Middle East (FEME) Connect Directory, Freelance UAE Senior Correspondent of The Filipino Channel- ABS-CBN Middle East News Bureau, UAE and Radio News Presenter at TAG 91.1 FM under Arabian Radio Network (ARN), UAE.
MS

Malou Santos

Chief Operations Officer, ABS-CBN Corporation
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Belen Saramosing-Ramirez

President, TRAVELHOUSE, INC.
MS

Milalin Sarenas-Javellana

Facility Director, Philippines Australia Human Resource and Organisational Development Facility
avatar for Bernadette M. Schlueter

Bernadette M. Schlueter

Principal, SHAPE American Elementary School, Casteau, Belgium
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Nora Terrado

Undersecretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines
MM

Magnolia Misolas Uy

Commercial Counsellor, Permanent Mission of the Republic of the Philippines to the World Trade Organisation
CV

Cory Vidanes

Chief Operations Officer, ABS-CBN Corporation
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Elena "Jingjing" Villanueva-Romero

Founder & CEO, Stratos Public Relations Consultancy
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Eva Marie Wang

Writer, Ph.D. Researcher, Seoul National University
Eva Marie Wang is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Seoul National University (Republic of Korea) under Global Education Cooperation Program. Eva is a Knowledge Broker, Overseas Filipino Student Leader and International Student Rights Advocate. | | She served as the President of Pinoy Iskolars sa Korea (PIKO or Organization of Filipino Scholars in Korea) in AY 2012 and 2013. Student-led initiatives during her leadership which she fondly... Read More →
RW

Rosalind Wee

Founder, W Group of Companies
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Myrna Tang Yao

PRESIDENT AND CEO, Richprime Global Inc. and Richwell Trading Corporation


Monday August 22, 2016 9:30pm - 11:00pm
Shangri-La Mactan Ballroom
 
Tuesday, August 23
 

8:30am

Plenary and General Sessions: INFLUENCE. ACCELERATE. ACTION.
Plenary: INFLUENCE. ACCELERATE. ACTION.
DISRUPT 2.0 Filipina Women: Daring To Lead.

Plenary Speakers
Cebu Governor Hilario Davide III
Vice Governor Agnes Magpale
Myrna Yao
Philippines Vice President Leni Robredo

General Sessions:
Summit Weaver - Marily Mondejar and Ace Itchon
Learning Journey RECAP


Filipina GLOBAL Leaders Discussion & Action
This is a very informal Kwentuhan session (a la "The View") among kindred spirits on civic engagement, public service, social and political action. We’d like the discussion to incorporate the summit theme and the attendees to leave inspired with an action item of what they can do to get more engaged in the community.

The Global Leaders Panel will discuss and formulate actions on how we, as a leadership group, can shape and move the Filipina Women's Global Agenda on the issues impacting women. We will break out into small sessions after the keynote and come together again for each group's Action Items Report.

Awardees will sit together in their award categories for discussion and 1 Action Outcome:
  • BEHIND THE SCENES LEADERS - What boundaries were broken in your industry, profession, organization or community? How did you participate?
  • BUILDERS - Environmental Justice: Creating Livable Communities for Families
  • EMERGING LEADERS - What distinguishes the Global FWN100™ awardees? How has your experiences work for you and will work for other Filipina women?  
  • FOUNDERS & PIONEERS - Shaping and Moving a Women’s Agenda: Holding Public Officials Accountable and Lobbying Effectively
  • INNOVATORS & THOUGHT LEADERS - Ending Violence and Exploitation Against Women and Girls
  • POLICYMAKERS & VISIONARIES - Making Government Work for Women and Girls: Structural Reform as a Women’s Issue
  • KEEPERS OF THE FLAME - Challenging the status quo is a significant motivator in the Filipina diaspora. How do you challenge? How did you challenge?

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Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 


Moderators
MA

Marcelina Ace Itchon

President & CEO, Aspen Philippines Inc.
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →
avatar for Myrna Tang Yao

Myrna Tang Yao

PRESIDENT AND CEO, Richprime Global Inc. and Richwell Trading Corporation


Tuesday August 23, 2016 8:30am - 12:00pm
Rosal Ballroom 1 & 2 Shangri-La Mactan

8:45am

Learning Journey Recap: Customers of the Future
Learning Journey Recap: Customers of the Future

Kenneth Cobonpue
ProFoods
Lapu Lapu Shrine
Kor Landa (tentative)

"A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world."
--John LeCarre

Learning Journey Teams Recap and Reports: business observations, fact-finding mission results, and long-range implications of these economies

The Learning Journeys developed for the Customers of the Future meeting offer a rich array of experiences, company visits, and conversations emblematic of changing customer relationships and the new (or transformed) business models emerging in response.

We will explore the question -
Has the customer changed, or is it our understanding of the customer that has changed? -- Chris Riley, Wieden & Kennedy

We'll have a first-hand look at the customers, producers, and purveyors of the future which will set the stage for subsequent conversations designed to deepen our understanding of the causes, manifestations, and implications of changing customer relationships. Among the topics we will discuss in small groups: the future of brands, value webs, global youth, the particularity of desire, the digital divide, and why companies still don’t get it!

Who will be the “customers of the future?” What will they want? And how will businesses construct relationships with them that are satisfying, meaningful, and ultimately profitable? 

Attendees will be divided into groups. Each group will explore one of the following discussion topics during the Learning Journey and report their findings at the end of the day, when we gather for dinner:
  1. Changing customer relationships - Christine Amour-Levar
  2. New realities and most compelling hypotheses about the customer of the future - Karen Batungbakal
  3. Most compelling changes and corporate tools for capitalizing on opportunities - Paulette Liu
  4. Key insights about emergent changes, their significance, and the implications for  ompanies. - Maan Hontiveros


We will create a Learning Wall & Individual Reflections
The Learning Wall will showcase photos, quotes, and other artifacts gathered during the day’s learning journeys. Participants will share their personal observations. 



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Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring a change of clothes in case you want to freshen up at one of our stops during our Learning Journey.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 

FWN Shuttle 
Meet at the Shangri-La Mactan hotel lobby.  Shuttle leaves hotel at 7:30 am promptly. 
Board shuttle where you were dropped off. Return to hotel at 8:30 pm promptly

If you missed the shuttle, take Uber: download the app (before the summit) and apply this link to receive your first FREE ride - https://www.uber.com/invite/uberFWN 

**The Shuttle is exclusively for Full-Access Summit Pass Holders only.** 




Speakers
avatar for Christine Amour-Levar

Christine Amour-Levar

Founding Partner, Chief Marketing Officer, Marketing Consultant, Women On A Mission, iRaceMedia, Temasek
PD

Paulette Deduque-Liu

President, PSC Primary Skills, Inc.;

Steering Committee
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Josephine Romero

CEO, Magpie.IM Pte Ltd
Global FWN100 Selection Chair

Global FWN100™ Awardees
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Nora Terrado

Undersecretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines

Tuesday August 23, 2016 8:45am - 9:45am
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

9:45am

The Politics of Global Pinay Power: Women in STEAM Careers (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics)
Limited Capacity seats available

Filipina Women in STEAM Careers (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics)
  • Dr. Carol Enriquez, President & CEO, Our Lady of Fatima University, Valenzuela City, Philippines.
  • Elizabeth Bautista, Group Leader, Operations Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Francine Maigue, the Face of Global Filipina Power; District Director, California State Assembly
  • Melanie A. Caoile, Strategy and Marketing Professional, formerly with Microsoft
  • Myleen  Romualdez Abiva, President & CEO, Felta Multi-Media Inc., Manila, Philippines.
Moderator:
Maan Hontiveros
, Chair of the Board, AirAsia Inc. Philippines

When STEM was first introduced as “the next big thing,” the thoughts behind it basically centered around two issues. First, there was (and still is) a growing concern that girls are not being prepared to become teachers, and practitioners in the STEM fields. Second, industries need more workers in these fields due to an aging workforce and an increasingly innovative world market. STEM is constantly divided into these two categories: STEM education and STEM workforce, and rarely are the two discussed in conjunction.

Then the Arts and Humanities field were included. In today’s fast evolving world, STEM leaders across the spectrum of vocations and professions need a broad imaginative and critical capacity, not a prematurely narrow point of view. They want flexible, adaptable minds, minds exposed to a broad range of knowledge and trained in rigorous critical thinking. 

A former dean at Harvard Business School, Linda S. Doyle, who is also former president and CEO of Harvard Business School publishing, states, "Certain kinds of knowledge get outdated so fast now, particularly application-focused training for a job. They want practitioners who can think analytically, look at life as a whole, read with interpretive skill, and write decent, well-constructed sentences."

This panel is a discussion of the evolving world of STEAM careers. How women are competing in these fields.

Attire:  Business. Please wear your FWN name badge (at all times); required to board shuttle and entry to all summit educational sessions and off-site special events.

Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration.  

Moderators
MH

Maan Hontiveros

Chair, Air Asia Philippines
Maan Hontiveros has been a student and youth travel pioneer, a television producer and host, journalist, publishing executive, multi-media production leader, staunch advocate for the conservation and protection of the environment, music industry managing director, and a passionate promoter and supporter of Filipino arts, film, dance, music and culture before she assumed responsibility as Chief Executive Officer of Philippines’ AirAsia, Inc... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Bautista

Elizabeth Bautista

Group Leader, Operations Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Bautista leads the Operations Technology Group at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) located at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. NERSC is the Department of Energy’s (DOE) leading supercomputer center for open scientific research and Bautista’s group provides 24x7 support to ensure that these critical computing resources are available to nearly 6,000 users at... Read More →
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Melanie A. Caoile

Strategy & Marketing Professional, formerly with Microsoft

Global FWN100™ Awardees
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Mylene Abiva

President & CEO, FELTA Multi-Media Inc., Manila, Philippines
I am advocate of Robotics/ STEM (Science ,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I am a Marketing and Entrepreneur Mentor. Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Philippines (Women Category-2009),ASEAN Business Leader (Women-20014), ASEAN Women Entrepreneur of the Year (2015), 100 Most Influential Filipina Woman in the world (2016)
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Caroline Marian Enriquez

President & CEO, Our Lady of Fatima University
I am an educator with a medical degree. I enjoy discussing education and how it can transform lives as well as innovations by which the delivery of knowledge in all its facets can be improved. Addressing skills and competencies of graduates to ensure better workforce is a concern. | Personally, I enjoy travel and discovering different places and cultures. Visiting the local market of a new place is a must.
FM

Francine Maigue

District Director, California State Assembly

Tuesday August 23, 2016 9:45am - 10:45am
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

11:00am

Make Me A Filipina CEO Kwentuhan: Life in the C-Suite: A Bed of Roses or a Crown of Thorns?
Limited Capacity seats available

Make Me A Filipina CEO 
  • Marites T. Dagdag, President, Clorox International Philippines, Inc., Manila, Philippines.
  • Malou Santos, Chief Operations Officer, Star Creatives, Quezon City, Philippines.
  • Maria Agnes Atienza Gervacio, President, NEC Philippines, Inc., Makati, Philippines.
  • Edita A. de Leon, Global Head of Corporate Affairs, Nestlé Nutrition, Nestlé S.A., Vaud, Switzerland.
Moderators:
  • Ivic Mueco, President, Convergys
  • Emma Imperial, President and CEO, Imperial Homes Corporation

The message of Lean In for Filipina women-on-the-rise. Implications for Filipina Women of the World. Competitiveness and growth in the workplace. Joining the conversation, sharing "Lean In Moments", connecting with other Filipina women across the globe. Is Lean In the answer to Filipina Global100™ Power?

An informal Kwentuhan (story telling) session (a la "The View") among kindred spirits of how being bi-cultural is both a challenge and an advantage in the global workplace.

Panelists are corporate executives who are not related to the large organizations they manage and are 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World (Global100) Awardees.

In the spirit of Lean In, prepare to share your story of an “ah ha” moment or a challenge you overcame. Here is a video on “Harnessing the Power of Stories”: http://leanin.org/educatin/harnessing-the-power-of-stories/ 

ACTION: Group conversations on issues raised by the speakers. Strategies and actions? 2 minutes for each Group Report.

Attire:  Business. Please wear your FWN name badge (at all times); required to board shuttle and entry to all summit educational sessions and off-site special events.

Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration.  

Moderators
avatar for Emma Imperial

Emma Imperial

President & CEO, Imperial Homes Corporation
Emma Marcha Imperial is President and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Homes Group of Companies. Imperial Homes Corporation (IHC) to date has built 15,000 homes. IHC was awarded by IFC World Bank Philippines first Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies (EDGE) Certificate for Green Building, a prestigious award given to home units, which exemplify design achievements in areas of energy, water reduction and renewable materials. IHC is the... Read More →
IM

Ivic Mueco

Consultant, Everything Everywhere UK

Global FWN100™ Awardees
MD

Marites Dagdag

President, Clorox International Philippines, Inc.
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Maria Agnes Gervacio

President, NEC Philippines, Inc.
avatar for Edita ("Edith") A. de Leon

Edita ("Edith") A. de Leon

Global Head of Corporate Affairs, Nestlé Nutrition, Nestlé Nutrition, Nestlé S.A.
MS

Malou Santos

Chief Operations Officer, ABS-CBN Corporation

Tuesday August 23, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

12:00pm

Networking Lunch
Tuesday August 23, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

1:30pm

Lapu Lapu City Mayor Paz Radaza: Welcome to the most urbanized Lapu Lapu City

Lapu Lapu City Mayor Paz Radaza
Marily Mondejar and Ace Itchon 

Introduced by Stella Bernabe 

Moderators
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →

Speakers

Tuesday August 23, 2016 1:30pm - 1:40pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

1:40pm

Vice Governor Agnes Magpale: Welcoming Women to the Cebu Economy
Introduced by Emma Imperial


Tuesday August 23, 2016 1:40pm - 1:50pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

1:50pm

Opening Address: Governor Hilario Davide III
Ace Itchon introduces the Governor

Speakers
GH

Governor Hilario Perez Davide III

Born on August 25, 1964 in Cebu City, Junjun Davide is the eldest son of former Chief Justice Hilario “Jun” G. Davide, Jr. and the former Virginia Jimenea Perez. Both parents had careers in public service. Hilario Jr., a native of Argao, had held various elective and appointive positions. Virginia, who hails from Tandag, Surigao del Sur, is a former Director of the Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA), an... Read More →


Tuesday August 23, 2016 1:50pm - 2:00pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

2:00pm

Myrna Yao: Chair, Steering Committee, of the 13th Filipina Leadership Global Summit!
Introduces Vice President Leni Robredo

Steering Committee

Tuesday August 23, 2016 2:00pm - 2:05pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

2:00pm

KEYNOTE: Philippines Vice President Leni Robredo ("Nicole" Awardee)
KEYNOTE: Philippines Vice President Leni Robredo
Introduced by Myrna Yao

Dreaming BIG: Taking the Philippines from a 3rd world to a 1st world economy
  • How can the Philippines be an influential player in the world's economy?
  • Accelerating the role of the citizenry.
  • if 59% of the Philippines and the U.S. FilAm population are women, what actions can FWN take?
Vice President Leni has been selected to receive the Most Influential Filipina Woman of the World Award "Nicole Award Category"

“NICOLE”

This award honors Filipina women whose words, actions, and activism, inspire others to act and revolutionize society’s way of understanding traditional beliefs and customs thus leaving behind a Filipino global imprint. “Nicole,” who sparked an international dialogue about women’s rights, national sovereignty, and international law, as she steadfastly pursued justice against her rapists, inspires this category.

  ***Photo opportunity with Vice President Leni Robredo

Moderators
avatar for Myrna Tang Yao

Myrna Tang Yao

PRESIDENT AND CEO, Richprime Global Inc. and Richwell Trading Corporation

Speakers
VP

Vice President Leni Robredo

Leni Robredo (born Maria Leonor Santo Tomas Gerona; April 23, 1964)[2] is a Filipino lawyer, social activist, and politician who is the 14th and current Vice President of the Philippines. Running under the Liberal Party, Robredo won the vice-presidency contest in the May 9, 2016 election, as confirmed and proclaimed by the official Congressional count of May 25–27,[3] with 14,418,817 votes (35.11% of the votes), narrowly defeating Senator... Read More →



Tuesday August 23, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

2:20pm

Vice President Leni to receive the Most Influential Filipina Woman of the World Award "Nicole Award Category"
Vice President Leni has been selected to receive the Most Influential Filipina Woman of the World Award "Nicole Award Category"

“NICOLE”

This award honors Filipina women whose words, actions, and activism, inspire others to act and revolutionize society’s way of understanding traditional beliefs and customs thus leaving behind a Filipino global imprint. “Nicole,” who sparked an international dialogue about women’s rights, national sovereignty, and international law, as she steadfastly pursued justice against her rapists, inspires this category.

  ***Group Photo opportunity with Vice President Leni Robredo

Moderators
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance. Caoile’s professional experience includes more than 30... Read More →
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →

Tuesday August 23, 2016 2:20pm - 2:50pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

6:00pm

Global FWN100™ Gala Awards Dinner and Ceremony and Dancing
Dress Code: Strictly Formal: Filipina National Attire/Long Gown
  • 6:00 PM:
    • Invited guests start arriving
    • Global FWN100™ Awardees gather at Mactan Ballroom Foyer
  • 7:00 PM:
    • Mactan Ballroom Doors Open to Guests (to be seated)
  • 7:15 PM: 
    • All Awardees enter the Mactan Ballroom together
  • 7:30 PM: Dinner served
  • 8:15 PM: Awards Program Begins


Moderators
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance. Caoile’s professional experience includes more than 30... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
avatar for Susie Quesada

Susie Quesada

President, Ramar Foods International
Susie Quesada is the President of Ramar Foods International, the leading manufacturer of premium Filipino and Asian Frozen Foods in the US including such brands as Magnolia, Orientex and Kusina. Growing up in the family business, she started working at the age of 8. After a embarking on a career in public education, Susie rejoined Ramar full time in 2005 in various positions before assuming the role of President in 2013. Susie continues to ensure... Read More →

Steering Committee
Global FWN100™ Awardees
avatar for Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Adviser, Former Managing Director & CEO, Former Chairwoman, The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ, Philippine Swiss Business Council
CV

Cory Vidanes

Chief Operations Officer, ABS-CBN Corporation


Tuesday August 23, 2016 6:00pm - Wednesday August 24, 2016 12:30am
Shangri-La Mactan Ballroom
 
Wednesday, August 24
 

8:30am

Plenary, Learning Sessions, Breakouts on the 13th Filipina Leadership Global Summit theme: INFLUENCE. ACCELERATE. ACTION.
Topic Breakouts will focus on:
  • STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math)
  • Career & Economic Empowerment: Make Me A Filipina CEO
  • Violence Against Women
  • Entrepreneurship Breakthroughs: Make Me A Filipina Millionaire

Moderators
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Marcelina Ace Itchon

President & CEO, Aspen Philippines Inc.
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Francine Maigue

District Director, California State Assembly
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Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →

Wednesday August 24, 2016 8:30am - 8:45am
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

8:45am

Make Me A Filipina Millionaire: Entrepreneurship breakthroughs: Taking an idea to success: is it a disrupter or sustainer?
Make Me A Filipina Millionaire: Entrepreneurship breakthroughs
Taking an idea to success: is it a disrupter or sustainer?

Speakers:
  • Cynthia Romero Mamon, COO, Enchanted Kingdom, Manila, Philippines
  • Janette Nellie Go Chiu, President, GCH Holdings, Inc., Cebu, Philippines.
  • Rosalind Wee, Founder, W Group of Companies, Taguig, Philippines.
  • Marylou Ty Garcia, Founder, CEO, Managing Director, Networking Women Capital Fund and Expense Reduction Analysis, Palos Verdes, California, USA.

The “Make Me a Filipina Millionaire” is a signature FWN women entrepreneurship thought leadership session focused on the business side of the quintessential Pinay. Filipina Millionaires who have shared their stories in previous sessions include Loida Nicolas Lewis, Angelica Berrie, Maria Banatao, Sherri Burke, Zeny Cunanan, and Lita Abele, Nimfa Gamez, Cora Alisuag. Dr. Tess Mauricio, and others in finance, real estate, healthcare, personal services and manufacturing.

Are our Filipina women entrepreneurs business disrupters or sustainers? Our millionaires will engage in a bold conversation on becoming millionaires, how they did it, sustain it and own their success without the guilt yet sharing their prosperity with those who need it. Attendees will leave the session feeling proud of our Filipina sisters who took action on their ideas.

• A disruptive innovation helps create a new market and value network which eventually disrupts an existing market and value network (over a few years or decades), displacing an earlier technology, product or service. The term is used in business and technology literature to describe innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the market does not expect, typically first by designing for a different set of consumers in a new market and later by lowering prices in the existing market. (E.g., the lower priced Ford Model T or the iPhone) 

• In contrast, a sustaining innovation does not create new markets or value networks but rather only evolves existing ones with better value allowing firms within a market to compete against each other's sustaining improvements. 

SESSION DESCRIPTION: The Conversation will begin with a moderator’s overview of what entrepreneurial legacy means, how Filipina women entrepreneurs create change through their businesses, the roles they play in the workplace, and how they have created a global imprint. 

As Asian entrepreneurs extend their international reach, the next chapter is the rise of Asian women businesses and brands. As the benefits of branding grow ever-more clear,Asian companies are investing heavily in strengthening their brand equity. Brand development not only poses difficult challenges for Asian-owned firms, but has apotentially huge impact on consumer choice in the U.S. and worldwide. For many Asian companies looking to expand their reach, brand equity is the new must-have asset.
The selected speakers will provide their perspectives on any of the following questions:

  • How did you reach your first million (US dollars and Philippine pesos)? How do you sustain it?

  • What inspired you to start your business? What’s your business legacy? What’s your  market reach? 

  • What’s your business brand? How do you strengthen your brand equity? What’s your global imprint?

  • What’s one memorable challenge and how did you solve it?

  • What’s one success you’re proud of and how did you make it happen?

  • How would you differentiate your path to success from your fellow entrepreneurs?

  • Do gender and cultural diversity play a role in your successes and pains? If so, how? If not, why not?

  • Identify one most important resource or factor that gave you the most advantage or disadvantage in setting up and sustaining your business or practice.

  • Did you have a femtor; a sponsor? What’s one memorable advice you received?

  • How do you share your prosperity?

  • How will you inspire new Filipina entrepreneurs today? 

  • If you had to do it again, what would one thing you would do differently? What’s the future for you?

  • How would you like FWN partner with you?

FORMAT:  Filipina Women's Network uses a fishbowl discussion format ala "The View" television program.  Instead of speaking directly to the audience, we encourage speakers to have a "conversation" among themselves with the audience "listening in".  A volunteer will collect audience questions on index cards and will hand these questions to the Moderator so they can be incorporated into the conversation.  We have found the fishbowl to be fun, engaging, and does not disrupt the conversation flow as well as being time efficient especially in managing duplicate questions.

Conversationalists are encouraged to look outside the traditional world of work and business and at the broader issues and external forces (STEEP: social, technological, economic, environmental, political) that influence the workplace and the Filipino community today and its impact in the next ten years. Looking to the future, outside-in thinking. The Moderator will reserve 10-15 minutes of the allotted time so attendees will be able to synthesize the issues and/or comments raised by the conversationalists and can have a discussion among themselves. We will then ask each group to voluntarily report back with a 1-2 minute Action Statement.

AUDIENCE ACTION: Group conversations on issues raised by the speakers. Strategies and actions? 2 minutes for each Group Report.

  • What’s one key take-away? Why?

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Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 


Moderators
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Myrna Tang Yao

PRESIDENT AND CEO, Richprime Global Inc. and Richwell Trading Corporation

Speakers
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Marylou Garcia

Managing Partner, Expense Reduction Analysts/Networking Women Capital Fund
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Cynthia Romero Mamon

Chief Operating Officer, Enchanted Kingdom, Inc.
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Rosalind Wee

Founder, W Group of Companies



Wednesday August 24, 2016 8:45am - 9:45am
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

9:00am

(Concurrent with Sessions) Time Capsule Project: Photo and Video Sessions, by appointment (Global100 Awardees ONLY & FWN Board Members)
Limited Capacity seats available

PHOTO AND VIDEO SESSIONS

- Global100 ONLY who are registered for the All-Access Summit Pass -

Appointment slot will be confirmed upon receipt of your summit registration and travel itinerary. First registration, first served.

Please re-confirm your time slot appointment at the FWN Secretariat after your hotel check-in and provide us your cell phone and hotel room number. Or email us at fwn100@ffwn.org.

We need your full cooperation so we can fill all time slots as we are held to the videographer and photographer contractual schedules.

  • Individual Time allotment: 5-10 minutes for video interviews; 5-10 minutes for group photo sessions.
  • Please arrive “camera ready” with your make-up and hairstyle done.  

Suggested Attire:

  • Business Casual
  • Please do not wear any dangling jewelry on the ears or neck that may interfere with the audio recording device.
  • Avoid wearing white, bright red, tight patterned clothing or anything reflective.
  • Be ON TIME. Please arrive at the designated location 10 minutes before your schedule so you can feel relaxed and beautiful! Think happy thoughts so you will project your inner beauty.
  • We will be interviewing 100 amazing women, it is important that you are prompt to avoid your interview to being shortened or cancelled.  
  • Interview questions will be based on the nomination information provided to FWN and questions we asked you for the FWN Magazine Souvenir Issue. 
  • Keep your answers to the interview questions, short and to-the-point. Think "sound bites".

Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration



Moderators
Wednesday August 24, 2016 9:00am - 12:00pm
Camotes Room

9:45am

Smart.Young.Unintimidated. Next Generation Leaders. Yes. We. Are. | Our future. Our footprint. Our social good. NOW.
Limited Capacity seats available

A provocative discussion from our emerging leaders on Topics Du Jour for Next Generation Filipinas. Technology Lives: Smart Phone.Twitter.Facebook.Instagram.LinkedIn.

  • Eva Marie Wang, Ph.D. Researcher - Global Education Cooperation, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea.
  • Mary Lou Flores Cunanan, Owner, Vision International Philippines, INC, Manila, Philippines.
  • Rachel Anne Quintos Pagdagdagan, Manager, User Education, HTC Corporation, Author, Abroad Me: 22 Success Strategies for Young Overseas Filipinos, Taipei, Taiwan.
Moderator: Raissa Alvero

What issues are important to young Pinays? What would the world look like when Millenials take over the world?

  • Good Taste Knows No Boundaries

  • Jumping to the C-Suite

  • A Whole New World: our future. our footprint. for social good. NOW.

  • Sense and Sensibilities

  • Must.Have.Some

ACTION: Group conversations on issues raised by the speakers. Strategies and actions? 2 minutes for each Group Report.
How are the millenials changing the world?

Attire: Business

Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

AUDIENCE ACTION: Group conversations on issues raised by the speakers. Strategies and actions? 2 minutes for each Group Report.

  • Do I have a cultural issue in planning my financial portfolio? What’s the one thing I can do when I leave the summit?





Dress Code: Business; please wear your FWN name badge at all times

Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

IMPORTANT: Please wear you FWN name badge in order to board shuttle. Your name badge color will identify you as a Full-Access Summit Pass Holder.




Moderators
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Raissa Alvero

FWN Fellow, Filipina Women's Network
Raissa Alvero is a visual arts industry professional based in Montreal, Canada. In 2012, she served as the Associate Director of the Douglas Udell Gallery Vancouver until 2014. She is currently the Director of Communications for Douglas Udell Gallery Edmonton. In addition to her work in the gallery capacity, Raissa is the 2015-2016 Fellow for the Filipina Women's Network and an independent Visual Artist Advocate and Consultant.

Global FWN100™ Awardees
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Mary Lou Cunanan

EMBA Student and Corporate Shareholder, Vision International Philippines Inc. and Asian Institute of Management
FM

Francine Maigue

District Director, California State Assembly
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Rachel Anne Quintos Pagdagdagan

Manager, Author, User Education, HTC Corporation, Abroad Me: 22 Success Strategies for Young Overseas Filipinos, Taipei, Taiwan
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Eva Marie Wang

Writer, Ph.D. Researcher, Seoul National University
Eva Marie Wang is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Seoul National University (Republic of Korea) under Global Education Cooperation Program. Eva is a Knowledge Broker, Overseas Filipino Student Leader and International Student Rights Advocate. | | She served as the President of Pinoy Iskolars sa Korea (PIKO or Organization of Filipino Scholars in Korea) in AY 2012 and 2013. Student-led initiatives during her leadership which she fondly... Read More →

Wednesday August 24, 2016 9:45am - 10:45am
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

10:45am

Ambassador Delia Albert: Women Careers in Foreign Policy: South China Sea / West Philippine Sea, War and Peace
Ambassador Delia Albert is our most-awaited Keynote Speaker and will be most inspiring. Be READY for a most engaging speaker - first woman cabinet secretary in foreign affairs in Asia.

She will illuminate the theme of this year’s Filipina Leadership Summit: INFLUENCE. ACCELERATE. ACTION. And will address the following questions:

  • If there are more women foreign policy experts at the table, could war be avoided? Why does it matter?
  • What is THE question to address in a foreign policy career if based in the Philippines? In my own adopted country?
  • What knowledge should I be learning to accelerate my career now? Should I care about what’s happening in the world?
  • How do we accelerate our talent pipeline to assure a promising career in foreign policy?
  • How do young people prepare for the world war and peach in the 21st century?

Speakers
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Ambassador Delia Albert

Senior Adviser, SGV & Co/Ernst & Young


Wednesday August 24, 2016 10:45am - 11:00am
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

11:00am

KEYNOTE: Senator Loren Legarda: Intersection of Climate Change and Modern-Day Slavery
Introduced by Bing Carrion
  • Women leaving the Philippines due to climate change impacts availability of jobs. Women are trafficked not just sexually but economically; being underpaid and struggling to make ends meet supporting families back in the Philippines. Loss of dignity, influence and power. How can we influence the systems in place? What services and support can we accelerate? What influential actions can we take as a collective?


Wednesday August 24, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

12:15pm

(working lunch) Pinay Talks: Extraordinary Voices - The Filipina in Diaspora
Pinay Talks: Extraordinary Voices 
Short, powerful stories about our personal or professional lives.  

The Filipina Diaspora - the power of telling our professional stories. Global FWN100™ Awardees share their passion for issues important to women.

Previous attendees have found this session meaningful and provides a foundation for new friendships.  

Topics include:

  1. Carmen Anne Garcia, Managing Director, Community Corporate Pty Ltd, Mylor, Australia.
  2. Sandra Sanchez Montano, Co-Founder and Business Development Director, CHEERS (Community Health, Education, Emergency Response Services), Quezon City, Philippines. - Surviving
  3. Irene Corpuz, Head of Planning & IT Security, Western Region Municipality, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
  4. Christine Amour Levar, Founding Partner, Women on a Mission, Chief Marketing Officer, iRace Media Communications, Marketing Consultant, Temasek Trust & Temasek Management Services, Singapore.
  5. "Bing" Maria Rosa Nieva Carrion, MNSA, Founder & CEO, Seagull Philippines Inc., Paranaque City, Philippines.
  6. Nancy Reyes-Lumen, Self-proclaimed "ADOBOQUEEN", Partner, The Commissary Kitchen, Cookbook Author and Culinary brand ambassador, Philippines.
  7. Raquel Toquero Choa, Founder, The Chocolate Chamber, Cebu, Philippines 
  8. Rosario Cajucom Bradbury, Adviser to the Wallace Business Foundation "Still Standing: A Story of Resilience"
  9. Cynthia Romero Mamon, COO, Enchanted Kingdom
Attire:  Business casual. Please wear your FWN name badge (at all times); required to board shuttle and entry to all summit educational sessions and off-site special events.

Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration.  

Moderators
FM

Francine Maigue

District Director, California State Assembly
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Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →

Global FWN100™ Awardees
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Christine Amour-Levar

Founding Partner, Chief Marketing Officer, Marketing Consultant, Women On A Mission, iRaceMedia, Temasek
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Rosario Cajucom Bradbury

Adviser, Former Managing Director & CEO, Former Chairwoman, The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ, Philippine Swiss Business Council
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Maria Rosa Carrion

CEO, Seagull Philippines Inc.
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Raquel Choa

Founder, The Chocolate Chamber
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Carmen Anne Garcia

Managing Director, Community Corporate Pty Ltd
CR

Cynthia Romero Mamon

Chief Operating Officer, Enchanted Kingdom, Inc.
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Sandra Sanchez Montano

CEO, Community Health Education Emergency Rescue Services (CHEERS)
Board of Trustees | Moringaling Philippines Foundation  
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Nancy Reyes-Lumen

Self-proclaimed "ADOBOQUEEN", Partner, The Commissary Kitchen, Cookbook Author and Culinary brand ambassador

Wednesday August 24, 2016 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

2:00pm

Filipina GLOBAL Leaders SPEAKOUT: Influence. Accelerate. Action.
Filipina GLOBAL Leaders: Influence. Accelerate. Action.

Speakers:
  • Anabel Mayo, President, Councilor, I Colori del Mondo Adda Onlus, Associaziona Citta'Mondo Milano, Milan, Italy.
  • Carmen Anne Garcia, Managing Director, Community Corporate Pty Ltd, Mylor, Australia.
  • Rachel Salinel Los Banos, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Filipino Excellence in the Middle East (FEME) Connect Directory Freelance UAE Senior Correspondent, The Filipino Channel, United Arab Emirates.
  • Dr. Bernadette M. Schlueter, Principal, SHAPE American Elementary School, Casteau, Belgium.
  • Irene Corpuz, Head of Planning & IT Security, Western Region Municipality, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
  • Magnolia Misolas Uy, Commercial Counselor, Permanent Mission of the Republic of the Philippines to the World Trade Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Karen Graciles Remo, Managing Director & Co-founder, New Perspective Media, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
  • Arlene Abe Pulido, Learning & Development Manager, Al Tamimi & Company Advocates & Legal Consultants, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Filipina GLOBAL Leaders Discussion & Action
This is a very informal Kwentuhan session (a la "The View") among kindred spirits on civic engagement, public service, social and political action. We’d like the discussion to incorporate the summit theme and the attendees to leave inspired with an action item of what they can do to get more engaged in the community.

The Global Leaders Panel will discuss and formulate actions on how we, as a leadership group, can shape and move the Filipina Women's Global Agenda on the issues impacting women. We will break out into small sessions after the keynote and come together again for each group's Action Items Report.

Awardees will sit together in their award categories for discussion and 1 Action Outcome:
  • BEHIND THE SCENES LEADERS - What boundaries were broken in your industry, profession, organization or community? How did you participate?
  • BUILDERS - Environmental Justice: Creating Livable Communities for Families
  • EMERGING LEADERS - What distinguishes the Global FWN100™ awardees? How has your experiences work for you and will work for other Filipina women?  
  • FOUNDERS & PIONEERS - Shaping and Moving a Women’s Agenda: Holding Public Officials Accountable and Lobbying Effectively
  • INNOVATORS & THOUGHT LEADERS - Ending Violence and Exploitation Against Women and Girls
  • POLICYMAKERS & VISIONARIES - Making Government Work for Women and Girls: Structural Reform as a Women’s Issue
  • KEEPERS OF THE FLAME - Challenging the status quo is a significant motivator in the Filipina diaspora. How do you challenge? How did you challenge?

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Dress Code: Business Casual. Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Why wear your All-Access Name Badge?  - All Access Name Badge has a different color
  1. Entry to board shuttle
  2. Entry to off-site events and Learning Journey
  3. Entry to summit educational sessions
  4. The badge is your meal ticket except during the Gala. A separate meal ticket will be provided and collected by the waiter.
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

FWN's Photographer/Videographer Policy:
FWN will have an official photographer and videographer on-site at all summit events. You are NOT allowed to bring your own photographer/videographer (even as a guest) to any of the events without media credentialing approval from FWN. 


Moderators
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Amelia Alado

Executive Director, ASEAN UK Business Forum
MB

Maria Beebe

Founding Partner, Global Networks
Dr. Maria Beebe has a Master of Arts in Anthropology and Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University.  Her research interests include critical discourse analysis, women’s leadership and information and communication technologies (ICT) for development and for teaching and learning.  | | Dr. Beebe has over twenty-five years experience in global development in higher education, telecommunications, and sustainable development... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Irene Corpuz

Irene Corpuz

Head of Planning & IT Security, Western Region Municipality, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Hi! I'm Irene, fondly called as PAGS. We can talk about Cyber Security! see you all there! | | Cheers
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Carmen Anne Garcia

Managing Director, Community Corporate Pty Ltd
AB

Ana Bel Mayo

President, Councilor, I Colori del Mondo Adda Onlus, Associaziona Citta'Mondo Milano, Milan, Italy
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Arlene Pulido

Learning & Development Manager, Al Tamimi & Company Advocates & Legal Consultants, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
avatar for Karen Graciles Remo

Karen Graciles Remo

Managing Director & Co-founder, New Perspective Media, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
avatar for Bernadette M. Schlueter

Bernadette M. Schlueter

Principal, SHAPE American Elementary School, Casteau, Belgium
LV

Leonor Vintervoll

Owner, ASEAN World International

Global FWN100™ Awardees
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Mylene Abiva

President & CEO, FELTA Multi-Media Inc., Manila, Philippines
I am advocate of Robotics/ STEM (Science ,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I am a Marketing and Entrepreneur Mentor. Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Philippines (Women Category-2009),ASEAN Business Leader (Women-20014), ASEAN Women Entrepreneur of the Year (2015), 100 Most Influential Filipina Woman in the world (2016)
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Eloiza Domingo-Snyder

Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Johns Hopkins Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Health System
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Rachel Salinel

Co-Founder and Managing Partner/Senior UAE TV Correspondent/Radio News Reader, FEME Connect Directory/TFC-ABS-CBN/TAG 91.1 FM ARN
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Filipino Excellence in the Middle East (FEME) Connect Directory, Freelance UAE Senior Correspondent of The Filipino Channel- ABS-CBN Middle East News Bureau, UAE and Radio News Presenter at TAG 91.1 FM under Arabian Radio Network (ARN), UAE.
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Magnolia Misolas Uy

Commercial Counsellor, Permanent Mission of the Republic of the Philippines to the World Trade Organisation


Wednesday August 24, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

3:00pm

Summit Wrap-Up: Action Wall .... before I go, I will ......
Moderators
MA

Marcelina Ace Itchon

President & CEO, Aspen Philippines Inc.
FM

Francine Maigue

District Director, California State Assembly
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Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →
LP

Lorna Patajo-Kapunan

Senior Partner, Kapunan, Garcia & Castillo Law Offices

Global FWN100™ Awardees
avatar for Karen Ida Alparce-Villanueva

Karen Ida Alparce-Villanueva

Managing Director & Board Member, Health Prx Communication Services and Philippine Health Insurance Corporation
GG

Gina Garcia Atienza

Publisher, Sun.Star
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Olivia Limpe Aw

President & CEO, Disteleria Limtuaco & Co., Inc., Quezon City, Philippines
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Stella Solero Bernabe

Region Head Manulife-STELLAR Region, Recruitment, Business Expansion Nationwide, Financial Planning
CC

Charina Carrera

Marketing Manager, Island Pacific Supermarket
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Milagros Fernan Cayosa

Member, Integrated Bar of the Philippines of the Judicial and Bar Council
ML

Mona Liza Dela Cruz

PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, THE INSULAR LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.
avatar for Eloiza Domingo-Snyder

Eloiza Domingo-Snyder

Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Johns Hopkins Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Health System
MD

Marina Durano

Open Society Foundations
avatar for Maria Cristina Layug Go

Maria Cristina Layug Go

Senior Vice President, Retail Loans Group, BPI Family Savings Bank, Pasig City
PH

Pet Hartman

President and COO, Arch Global Services Inc.
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Emma Imperial

President & CEO, Imperial Homes Corporation
Emma Marcha Imperial is President and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Homes Group of Companies. Imperial Homes Corporation (IHC) to date has built 15,000 homes. IHC was awarded by IFC World Bank Philippines first Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies (EDGE) Certificate for Green Building, a prestigious award given to home units, which exemplify design achievements in areas of energy, water reduction and renewable materials. IHC is the... Read More →
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Chit Lijauco

Managing Editor, Philippine Tatler
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Cynthia Norton

President, Gymnastics Association of the Philippines
Former President and Chief Operating Officer of the Philippine Tourism Promotions Board, and the former Undersecretary of the Philippine Department of Tourism for Sports and Wellness Tourism from 2003 to 2010. During her stint, she made numerous initiatives on sports and health that include adventure sports, diving, golf, medical/healthcare travel, and wellness tourism, among many others. | A health enthusiast herself, she spent her life... Read More →
avatar for Rocio Nuyda

Rocio Nuyda

Owner, Grace Events
avatar for Rachel Salinel

Rachel Salinel

Co-Founder and Managing Partner/Senior UAE TV Correspondent/Radio News Reader, FEME Connect Directory/TFC-ABS-CBN/TAG 91.1 FM ARN
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Filipino Excellence in the Middle East (FEME) Connect Directory, Freelance UAE Senior Correspondent of The Filipino Channel- ABS-CBN Middle East News Bureau, UAE and Radio News Presenter at TAG 91.1 FM under Arabian Radio Network (ARN), UAE.
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Milalin Sarenas-Javellana

Facility Director, Philippines Australia Human Resource and Organisational Development Facility
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Bea Tan

Consumer Country Business Manager, Citi
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Nora Terrado

Undersecretary, Department of Trade and Industry, Republic of the Philippines

Wednesday August 24, 2016 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Rosal Ballroom Shangri-La Mactan

5:30pm

Closing Reception and Power Kwentuhan Hosted by Amparito Lhuillier at her beautiful mountainside home
5:30 pm - Meet at Main Lobby to board shuttle buses

Kwentuhan: The Filipina Diaspora: 


What is the Filipina Pop Culture Image?

We will begin with the film screening of the award winning documentary, "Miss Representation" by Jennifer Siebel Newsom. A film challenging how women in the US are portrayed in the media. Most of us can relate to the gender messages the media and brand advertising companies send our children.  

When a skin whitening cream protrays a fair skinned Filipina celebrity as "Kutis Mayaman" - what messages are evoked?

Heavily influenced by mass media, popular culture generalizes the lifestyle and tastes of a group of people.  How has popular culture influenced the perception of Filipina women in the community, the workplace, our own home countries and throughout the world? What has popular culture done to define the 'culturedness' of the lower classes outside of the 'official culture' and education emanated by the dominant classes? What can be done to re-shape the assumptions and stereotypes that Filipinas encounter? 

Fascinating Speed Kwentuhan topics on advertising, marketing, media and image management. 

ACTION: Group conversations on issues raised by the film. Strategies and actions? 2 minutes for each Group Report. 


  • What can I do to Shape the Filipina Image? How do we influence the pop culture images of Filipina women?



Consider these stats:



  • American teenagers spend: 31 hours a week watching T.V. - (source)

  • 17 hours a week listening to music (source) 

  • 3 hours a week watching movies (source) 

  • 4 minutes a week reading magazines (source) and 10 hours a week online (source)

  • It’s estimated that there is somewhere north of 1 billion people who use the Internet every single day.

  • 53% of 13-year-old girls are unhappy with their bodies. That number increases to 78% by age 17.

  • It is estimated that out of the 8 million people with an eating disorder 7 of those million are women.

  • 65% of US women and girls report disordered eating behaviors.

  • 17% of teens engage in cutting and self-injurious behavior.

  • Depression in women has doubled since 1970.

  • The number of cosmetic surgical procedures performed on youth under age 19 more than tripled from 1997 to 2007.

  • Women make up 51% of the US population. However, women comprise only 20% of congress.

  • 35 women have served as US governors compared to 2,319 men. 71 countries in the world have had female presidents or prime ministers, the US is not one of them.

  • U.S. women continue to earn 77¢ to every dollar that men earn.

  • In nine states and the District of Colombia women who are victims of domestic abuse can be denied healthcare coverage because domestic abuse can be considered a preexisting condition.

  • The U.S is the only major industrialized nation without paid family leave.

  • In 2011, only 11% of protagonists in films were female.

  • Between 1937 and 2005 there were only 13 female protagonists in animated films. All of them except one had the aspiration of finding romance.

  • More than 20% of teens in the US have sex before the age of 14.

  • In Nancy Pelosi’s four years as Speaker of the House, she has been on the cover of zero national weekly magazines.

  • Women own only 5.8% of all television stations and 6% of radio stations.

  • Women hold only 5% of clout positions in telecommunications, entertainment, publishing and advertising.

  • Studies prove exposures to sexually explicit video games and music videos is linked to men’s acceptance of rape myths and sexual harassment.

  • 1 in 4 girls experience teen dating violence.

  • 1 in 4 women are abused by a partner in their lifetime.

  • 1 in 6 women are survivors of rape or attempted rape.

  • 15% of rape survivors are under the age of 12.

  • Rape survivors are more likely to suffer from depression, alcohol and drug abuse, or contemplate suicide.

  • 70% of women in the workforce are mothers; yet the US have no national paid leave child care or flex time policy.



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Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

Wednesday August 24, 2016 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Amparito Lhullier's Home Maria Luisa
 
Thursday, August 25
 

8:00am

Fly from Cebu to Manila to attend the 2nd Book Launch at the Asian Institute of Management
Special Group Guestroom Rates at the Manila Peninsula. Please email us for code.

  • Stay at the Manila Peninsula - P7,150++ SNGL/DBL FWN group rate available by emailing Jill De Villa, Director of Key Accounts, Sales and Marketing, Manila Peninsula at <jilldevilla@peninsula.com>
 

Thursday August 25, 2016 8:00am - 7:00pm
Manila Peninsula Hotel
 
Friday, August 26
 

5:00pm

Manila Book Launch of FWN’s 2nd book on Flipina women leadership: DISRUPT 2.0
Limited Capacity seats available

Manila Book Launch of FWN’s 2nd book on Flipina women leadership: DISRUPT 2.0. 

Invited are AIM’s women faculty and students. Tentatively a collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Embassy.

Dress Code: Business 


Moderators
avatar for Marily Mondejar

Marily Mondejar

Vice Chair and Commissioner, Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure •, Founder & CEO, Filipina Women's Network
Marily, the Founder & CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN), has dedicated the last decade to transforming how global Filipina women view themselves and how others perceive them—the transformed image is of women initiating influential activities. Her initiatives to bring about this transformation have included producing alternative and more positive search... Read More →

Speakers
FM

Francine Maigue

District Director, California State Assembly

Authors
avatar for Amelia Alado

Amelia Alado

Executive Director, ASEAN UK Business Forum
avatar for Elizabeth Bautista

Elizabeth Bautista

Group Leader, Operations Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Bautista leads the Operations Technology Group at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) located at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. NERSC is the Department of Energy’s (DOE) leading supercomputer center for open scientific research and Bautista’s group provides 24x7 support to ensure that these critical computing resources are available to nearly 6,000 users at... Read More →
MB

Maria Beebe

Founding Partner, Global Networks
Dr. Maria Beebe has a Master of Arts in Anthropology and Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University.  Her research interests include critical discourse analysis, women’s leadership and information and communication technologies (ICT) for development and for teaching and learning.  | | Dr. Beebe has over twenty-five years experience in global development in higher education, telecommunications, and sustainable development... Read More →
avatar for Thelma Boac

Thelma Boac

Board of Trustees, Berryessa Unified School District
Thelma Boac was born in the province of Bohol, Philippines and came to America at the age of ten. She became an English, Spanish, and Music teacher and taught for many years before becoming an administrator and high school principal, the only Filipina principal in twenty years in the East Side Union High School District in San Jose, CA. 

 | | Thelma retired after 37 years in education but continues to work as adjunct professor for... Read More →
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance. Caoile’s professional experience includes more than 30... Read More →
avatar for Emma Imperial

Emma Imperial

President & CEO, Imperial Homes Corporation
Emma Marcha Imperial is President and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Homes Group of Companies. Imperial Homes Corporation (IHC) to date has built 15,000 homes. IHC was awarded by IFC World Bank Philippines first Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies (EDGE) Certificate for Green Building, a prestigious award given to home units, which exemplify design achievements in areas of energy, water reduction and renewable materials. IHC is the... Read More →
avatar for Bambi Lorica

Bambi Lorica

Board Member, Filipina Women's Network
Bambi Lorica, MD, FAAP is a holistic pediatrician, community advocate and lyric soprano. Subspecializing in energy medicine , she is currently a fellow in Anti-aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine and is a member of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. As a physician entrepreneur she has internationalized the standards of a medical company providing emergency medical and transport services in... Read More →
avatar for Rocio Nuyda

Rocio Nuyda

Owner, Grace Events
avatar for Josephine Romero

Josephine Romero

CEO, Magpie.IM Pte Ltd
Global FWN100 Selection Chair
MN

Maria Nieves Santos-Greaves

Clinic Manager, Surrey Hearing Care, Inc.
avatar for Myrna Tang Yao

Myrna Tang Yao

PRESIDENT AND CEO, Richprime Global Inc. and Richwell Trading Corporation




Friday August 26, 2016 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Asian Institute of Management 123 Paseo de Roxas, Makati, 1260 Metro Manila, Philippines