NEW Position opening – FWN Fellow 2019-2021

NEW Position opening – FWN Fellow 2019-2021

Filipina Women's Network is recruiting fellows for the cycle year 2019-2021. Fellowship begins in 2019 with the Fellow's selection to demonstrate desired skill sets in the administration and support of the 16th Filipina Leadership Global Summit in Paris, France on 28 October – 02 November 2019. If selected, travel to Summit venue in Paris could commence first week of October 2019. APPLY TODAY.

Opportunity may include travel to FWN summit venues for the planning and execution of FWN’s Annual Filipina Leadership Global Summit in San Francisco (2020), Dubai or Rome, Italy for 2021 and 2022.

The fellow will provide vital managerial and administrative support to FWN and its organizational mission of becoming the top resource for leadership, professional and personal development for Filipina women worldwide.

May 2— DISRUPTing CSUN: What She Said: Filipina Women Cracking Glass Ceilings

May 2— DISRUPTing CSUN: What She Said: Filipina Women Cracking Glass Ceilings

Join the Filipina Women’s Network at the next DISRUPT Filipina Leadership Book Series book reading and author meetup event at California State University, Northridge in Southern California.

"DISRUPT 3.0 Filipina Women: Rising" Concludes National Women's Month Celebration In DC

"DISRUPT 3.0 Filipina Women: Rising" Concludes National Women's Month Celebration In DC

Filipina “DISRUPTers” from across the United States came together for a night of women empowerment, success stories, and life lessons highlighting Global Pinay Power at the book launch of “Disrupt 3.0. Filipina Women: Rising” held at the Philippine Embassy Chancery Annex on 28 March 2019.

Getting Net Neutrality Right for the Filipina Community

Getting Net Neutrality Right for the Filipina Community

The importance of the internet in empowering women and minorities cannot be overstated. High-speed internet helps women connect with each other, access invaluable educational and employment opportunities, foster the growth of minority- and women-run small businesses, share in each other’s successes, and so much more.