Tupperware Brands Philippines is encouraging more and more women to join the unbreakable Chain of Confidence, as another set of female heroes who embody Filipina pride and strength were recognized during the recent awarding of the five Women of Confidence held at the OZ Bar, Holiday Inn Suites, Makati City.
The program, hosted by Tupperware Brands’ brand manager for cosmetics, Kriska Ramos, introduced this year’s new set of heroines who boldly unleashed their inner strengths in order to make a difference. Perry Mogar, president and general manager, formally congratulated the winners and expressed his gratitude to all the supporters of this campaign on behalf of Tupperware Brands Philippines.
Present to welcome the guests were national sales director Jun Pangilinan, vice president for operations Mina Bato, human resources director Jane Montilla, and chief financial officer Cel Torres. Guests and friends from the media were also present during the event.
Rico Santos, Tupperware Brands Philippines marketing director explained, “On our second year, we’ve once again found more inspiring stories of confidence. These stories highlight the remarkable abilities of women in various households and communities. This campaign encourages every woman to have this particular mindset: ‘Confidence begins with me’.”
Chain of Confidence ambassadress Bianca Valerio set the mood of the event by inspiring women to act now and make a difference. “Be the hero; don’t wait for someone to be the hero. Remember, we are effective. Women are effective,” she said.
Proving how effective each woman is, were the 2013 Women of Confidence awardees: community leader Remedios Baclea-an, determined graduate Dolores Ilagan, multi-tasking lawyer Jannell Gerodiaz, and independent mothers Ma. Ana Castro and Mary Jane Martirez. From being an inspiring mentor in various districts or being a bread winner at a very young age, to public servants and determined mothers, this event truly acknowledged Filipinas who have maximized their potentials in diverse fields.
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