FWN FILIPINA LEADERSHIP BOOK SERIES
The FWN Filipina Leadership Book Series fills the gap in the leadership literature that has missed the opportunity to survey the leadership competencies of the women of Philippine ancestry. A ground-breaking book series that documents the leadership stories about victories over poverty, domestic violence, incarceration, discrimination and harassment which shaped their world view, leader identity, life purpose, power and influence.
A compilation of narratives and case studies by Filipina leaders based in countries around the world, the book series is key to FWN’s strategy in building its pipeline of qualified leaders that some will rise to the leadership position in all sectors of the economy. The authors and contributors are recipients of the Filipina Women's Network's 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World™ award.
The face of global pinay power
Inspired by the female empowerment image of “Rosie the Riveter”, FWN conducted a worldwide search for the Filipina Rosa the Riveter to be the face of Global Pinay Power.
Rowena Romulo (Global FWN100™ ’17) is the owner of Romulo Café, the first international outpost of a family-owned food business established in 2009 in Manila. The restaurant draws upon the family legacy of one of the Philippines’ international diplomatic figures, Carlos P. Romulo, offering food lovers a taste of the Philippines in the heart of Kensington, London.
The annual Filipina Leadership Global Summit brings together some of the top and most influential Filipina women business owners and professionals from around the globe to create a networking pipeline thru reciprocal relationships. The speakers chosen for the summit are all at the top of their game sharing their experiences and insights on how they became successful, how they turned their success into significant work and what it means to be an Influential Woman in today’s business world. Come and meet awesome FWN members and awardees so you may expand your global reach and the FWN sisterhood.
FEMtorMatch™ is FWN’s strategy for development of the next generation of Filipina leaders through local and global partnerships between female mentors—FEMtors™ and female mentees—FEMtees™. FEMtorMatch™ provides structured one-on-one mentoring that harnesses the power of the Internet to broaden and deepen the reach of traditional mentoring. Thus, both FEMtors™ and FEMtees™ can reside anywhere in the world.
Rebuild Tacloban for the Women and Girls
In response to the devastation wrought by Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) in 2013, FWN embarked on economic livelihood projects for the women survivors of Tacloban City in the Philippines.
Contributions and all proceeds go to these special projects FWN ignited to help in the rebuilding efforts in collaboration with Feed the Hungry Philippines.