Dr. Connie Mariano (U.S. FWN100™ '07) is the president and founder of the Center for Executive Medicine (CEM) in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Dr. Mariano’s highest position in medicine was held as Physician to Bill Clinton, President of the United States, , from 1994-2001. She has also held the title of Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University School of Health Sciences and the Mayo School of Medicine.
An expert on the care of VIPs, celebrities, and world leaders, Dr. Mariano is a frequent guest speaker at international conferences as well as on media specials such as CNN’s “The Health of the President.”
Dr. Mariano graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, cum laude, June 1977 from Revelle College at the University of California in San Diego. She attended the nation’s military medical school, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, graduating with a Doctor of Medicine degree in May 1981.
Dr. Mariano completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the Naval Hospital San Diego, CA in 1982 and 1986 respectively. She is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP) and board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine since 1987. She has been a diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners since 1982. Dr. Mariano currently is licensed to perform medicine in three states: Arizona, California, and the District of Columbia.
Keesa Ocampo (U.S. FWN100™ '11) is the Corporate Affairs officer for the international media conglomerate, ABS-CBN International. Ocampo, a young philanthropist and community advocate, was born in California and raised in Manila.
Her community involvement and advocacy began as an active stakeholder of numerous organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area like the National Association for Asian American Professionals, Asian Heritage Month Committee for the City of San Francisco, Asian Pacific Fund, the Glide Legacy Committee and the San Francisco-Manila Sister City Committee. Her wide span of networks and persistent work to build bridges resulted in co-founding the progressive organization, Citizen Hope, which engages in community and civic service projects.
Ocampo's commitment was catapulted by the series of natural disasters in 2009 as she began galvanizing teams across organizations and communities to begin disaster relief - efforts that were recognized for their vast coverage, speed and success. This pushed her advocacy to span across the Pacific, through her organization, Bay Area Benefit, which serves the international community through "guerilla philanthropy," towards equality and justice. In 2010, she was honored for her humanitarian work with a Presidential Citation from Her Excellency Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, former President of the Republic of the Philippines.
Ocampo currently lives in the City of San Mateo and has been a member of the San Mateo Commission on the Status of Women since 2011.