Welcome to the 14th Filipina Leadership Global Summit and to beautiful Toronto, Canada!

PINAY POWER 2017 is finally here.  FWN envisioned the Pinay Power campaign - a dream with a meaningful purpose—to double the number of Filipina women leaders by 2020. 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.

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Susie Quesada

Ramar Foods International
Pittsburg, USA
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 the legacy that her grandmother and father started by making sure that only the best quality ingredients are served to the Filipino and Fil Am community in the US, Canada, EU, Middle East and the troops all over the world.

Her passions include family, education, wellness, playing soccer, cooking and mentoring the next generation. Susie attended the University of California at Berkeley and St. Mary’s College in Moraga. She is currently attending Harvard Business School's Owner President Management Program. She also serves as Board President of the Filipina Women’s Network and serves on the board of the Ramar Scholarship Foundation. She lives in Contra Costa County with her husband, Dr Chris Woolf who practices NUCCA Chiropractic with their two cats. You can find them hiking, riding bikes or watching Cal football on their spare time. Go Bears!

My Speaker Sessions

My Moderator Sessions

Tuesday, October 24



Wednesday, October 25


Power MeetUp: with Amazing Filipina and Canadian Women [NO-HOST] Marché MövenpickAnita Agrawal • Nini Alvero • HON Marily Mondejar • Susie Quesada • Elizabeth Bautista • HON Thelma Boac • Amar Bornkamp • Rosario Cajucom Bradbury • Gloria T. Caoile • Maan Hontiveros • Tess C Martillano-Manjares • Maria Beebe PhD • Shirley Raguindin • Maria Nieves Santos-Greaves • Leonor Vintervoll • Isabelita "Lita" M. Abele • Cherry Pua Africa • Kristina Laranjo Alabado • Amelia "Aimee" Alado, Esq. • Ma. Victoria Anonuevo • Hon. Cynthia Alcantara Barker • Lilian Maria Soriano Bautista • Rosario Angela Bernad • Joji Ilagan Bian • Maria Cristina Estella Bulong Calaguian • Mercedes Muldong Calderon • Hon. Rosalinda V. Canlas • Charina Carrera • R. Edna Consing Concepcion • Ma. Nieves R. Confesor • Fidelina Adan Corcuera • Cora dela Cruz • Mona Lisa Dela Cruz • Wilma "Amy" T. Eisma, Esq. • Caroline Marian Enriquez • Claire Navarro Espina • Mary Ann Gamboa • Maria Cristina Layug Go • Anny Misa Hefti • Jennifer Bernardo Jose, M.D. • Leah L. Laxamana • Trinidad "Treenee" Lopez • Roxane Negrillo Magbanua • Mary Jane Alvero Al Mahdi • Junever Mahilum-West • Jerrilyn Malana • Rebecca Santos Murry • Joanne Michelle Fernandez Ocampo • Lou Olvido Parroco • Maria Antonia Pascual • Georgitta Pimentel Puyat • Claire Aquino Quito • Gizelle Covarrubias Robinson • Rowena Romulo • Ann Mariza Nepomuceno Sanchez-Bensurto • Belen Saramosing-Ramirez • Benel Se • Virginia Solis • Dina Dela Paz Stalder • Nikki Zano Tang • Catherine Sia Cheng Teh, M.D. • Lily Torres-Samoranos • Editha Tijamo Winterhalter, Ed.D. • Kalika Yap • Myrna P. Young • Jacqueline Yu, Esq., LL.M. • Geri Alumit Zeldes, Ph.D.
Thursday, October 26


Friday, October 27


Saturday, October 28