The Filipina Women’s Network is thrilled to invite you to its United States launch of the first in a series of leadership books
“DISRUPT. Filipina Women: Proud. Loud. Leading Without a Doubt” is a collective synthesis on the meaning of Filipina women’s leadership experiences as they navigated the corporate cultures in the global workplace.
The selected authors are recipients of FWN’s 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World Award™.
“This book project is a deep examination of how Filipina women in diaspora thrived in the challenges of living in the modern multicultural global economy,” explained Susie Quesada, president of FWN. “This is the definitive book that will change the public’s perceptions of Filipina women’s capacities to lead, FWN’s Pinay Power 2020 mission.”
“I congratulate the FWN editors Maria Africa Beebe and Maya Ong Escudero for their labor of love, guiding the authors’ writings, transforming the submissions into literary gems, and in the daunting task of pulling all the details of the publishing process. KUDOS for the elegant book cover design goes to multi-awarded Lucille Lozada Tenazas, Global FWN100 ‘13 and Henry Wolf Professor of Communication Design & Associate Dean of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons The New School for Design,” said FWN Founder & CEO Marily Mondejar.
to the inauguration of FWN’s global strategy for developing its pipeline of the next generation of Filipina leaders
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.
Based on established leadership competencies, FEMtorMatch™ can provide FEMtees™ the skillsets and networks they need to succeed as professionals, managers and leaders anywhere in the world.
Meet the authors & get your book signed Join the speed femtoring sessions Take advantage of power networking Bid on the awesome silent auction
5pm to 8pm
Monday, November 3, 2014
Charles Schwab Learning Center
211 Main Street, San Francisco