Every girl can be whoever and whatever she wants to be.
This is the message of the Every Girl Can Conference, a one-day event celebration of female empowerment and gender equality, happening on March 18 from 10:00AM to 5:00PM, at the Silk Room at Blue Leaf Events Pavilion in McKinley Hill.
Every Girl Can, a women’s conference organized by She Talks Asia and Mano Amiga Pilipinas, will be packed with valuable dynamic discussions, idea exchanging, and networking opportunities.
Attendees will be surrounded by likeminded females, and will be treated to the stories and secrets of success of powerhouse women like model and entrepreneur Teresa Herrera, Life Coach and motivational speaker Pia Acevedo, social entrepreneur and eco-warrior Krie Lopez, advertising CEO and chairmom Merlee Jayme, and marketing mogul Margot Torres.
Seasoned professionals and advocates Karen Davila, Ana P. Santos, Gang Badoy, Minette Navarrete, and Pia Cayetano will weigh in on what it means to be a “Modern Filipina.” The panel will be moderated by host and model Bianca Gonzalez-Intal.
The question “Millennials: the Empowered Generation” will be discussed by our youth panel Thea de Rivera, Monica Magsanoc, Nella Lomotan, Patty Tiu, and Samantha Lee. It will be moderated by actress and host Jasmine Curtis Smith.
A round table session will tackle “New Frontiers for Women” across a wide variety of professions, with perspectives from Nica Hechanova, Aryn Cristobal, Deng Garcia, and Michelle Barretto, Ica Fernandez. This will be faciliated by lifestyle writer and educator Cat Juan-Ledesma.
The conference will be hosted by Sarah Meier-Heredia.
The Cause and Call to Action:
The event will raise scholarships funds for the students of Mano Amiga, a non-profit school that provides access to international quality education to underprivileged children. In the spirit of positive female support, attendees will also be given the opportunity to pledge volunteer hours for the mentorship program of Mano Amiga’s young girls.
Tickets sell for P850. (All ticket prices are inclusive of meals.)
For more information and ticket registration, visit www.SheTalksAsia.com/EveryGirlCan.