Rosario Cajucom-Bradbury (Global FWN100™ '16) Adviser to The Wallace Business Forum (WBF), Former Managing Director & CEO, SGS Philippines & SGS Gulf Ltd. ROHQ Former Chairwoman of Philippine Swiss Business Council delivers the Global FWN100™ Acceptance Speech on behalf of 2016's Most Influential Filipina Women in the World.Read More
Lorna Patajo-Kapunan (Global FWN100™ '16) delivered her leadership keynote at the Global FWN100™ 2016 Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony during the #FWNSummit2016 in Cebu, Philippines on Tuesday, August 23, 2016. Lorna was awarded the Builder award in recognition of her deep passion for causes through collaborative initiatives or alliances with corporations or nonprofit organizations on behalf of her firm, Kapunan, Garcia & Castillo Law Offices.
"If there's one hallmark for successful women, it's that they're exceptionally hard workers and some are slave to their jobs. But hard work has many faces and like success itself, means different things to different people. I believe that the critical factor is not the number of hours women work as much as the intensity of focus. Working hard has a negative connotation. What is important is loving what you do." - Lorna Patajo-Kapunan (Global FWN100™ '16)
Former Governor of Antique Sally Zaldivar Perez delivered a leadership keynote on climate change on behalf of Senator Loren Legarda at the #FWNSummit2016 in Cebu on August 24, 2016.
"The first step in addressing this vulnerability is to change the way we view women in the context of disaster realities. Women are not victims. They constitute a formidable “first line of defense” against climate and disaster risks."
Angelica Berrie (Global FWN100™ '14) delivered her leadership keynote at the launch of FWN's second book on Filipina women leadership, DISRUPT 2.0: Filipina Women: Daring to Lead at the University of Cebu in Banilad during the #FWNSummit2016 on Monday, August 22, 2016.
"One of the biggest handicaps women face is not the glass ceiling imposed on us by others but the ceiling of self-limiting fears that hold us back from achieving our fullest potential. To be a woman who leads and who wants to be a leader today in a world filled with complexities requires fearlessness. Fearlessness is a state of mind to be cultivated by enlightened leaders so they can bridge differences within communities and around the world." - Angelica Berrie, 13th Filipina Leadership Global Summit Keynote, August 22, 2016