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FWN’s 10th Annual Filipina Leadership Summit: "Global Filipina Women: Power & Influence" A Learning Journey To Filipina Global Power

The annual summit is more than a field trip, symposium or forum. It is a Learning Journey - which immerses us in the reality – and long-range implications – of the politics of developing our career portfolio. These experiences enable us to deepen, accelerate, and internalize our own learning about the business of how to get ahead, assess our current career situation or business, how to advocate for what we want, and understanding the issues that influence Filipina women globally.

Learning Journeys reflect our conviction that the most powerful learning occurs through interaction and sharing of experiences, not from books or speeches. 

“A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world.”  - John LeCarre

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Saturday, October 26 • 9:15am - 10:15am
Make Me a Political Insider LIMITED
Limited Capacity seats available

Make Me a Political Insider -

Smart, qualified, brilliant, highly trained team of elite professionals - Pinays "in the know" keeping APIs issues included in the conversation as policies are developed and laws are passed. These politically savvy leaders take initiative, forge consensus and ultimately help their bosses maximize their impact so Filipinos can thrive in a competitive political climate where issues drive conversations and not partisanship.

You don't have to be in politicis to learn from this session. If you enjoy strategy and tactics, you will walk away with a clearer understanding of how you can increase your influence in your own organization, influence your boss and those who matter in your career success; find meaning from work you think you hate but can actually thrive by shifting the conversation to issues that matter to you.


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Attire: Business Casual; please wear your FWN name badge
Contribution:  Included in All-Access Summit Pass registration

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Directions to Mark Hopkins (if you're not staying at the hotel):
BART: exit Embarcadero, take Cable Car and get off at California and Mason Streets
PARKING and DIRECTIONS:  - go to logistics page - http://summit.filipinawomensnetwork.org/logistics


Moderators
avatar for Gloria T. Caoile

Gloria T. Caoile

National Political Director, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- Nevada
Gloria Caoile is a recognized civic leader in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. She was a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Women Leadership Institute, the only national organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leadership skills among Asian American and Pacific Islander women. She was also a founding member of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Vida Benavides

Vida Benavides

Principal, State, Local and Multicultural Practice at Dewey Square Group; Democratic Party Campaign Strategist
avatar for Carmela Clendening

Carmela Clendening

Senior Manager, State and Local Government Affairs/PAC, salesforce.com
(former) Deputy District Director, Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi | (former) Manager, Political Affairs & PAC (Political Action Committee), Hewlett-Packard
avatar for Genevieve Jopanda

Genevieve Jopanda

FWN 100 '07 Genevieve currently holds the position of Executive Director of San Francisco Hep B Free Campaign, a program aimed to make San Francisco the first city in the nation to be Hep B Free and serves as a model for national and global efforts to eliminate Hepatitis B. Unde... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Jennifer Ong

Dr. Jennifer Ong

Jennifer Ong OD
FWN100 '09 | | My family came here from the Philippines. I grew up in San Leandro. My dad was a grocery store produce man and my mom sold hot dogs in the Coliseum. Their hard work enabled me to earn my Doctorate in Optometry at UC Berkeley. Today, I run my own practice. | | My personal story shapes my policy interests. It all starts with jobs. My parents had good union jobs, with health insurance for us. Every family deserves that. My good public education gave me the chance to attend a great university. Every child deserves that opportunity. As a health care provider, I care about health issues and why I am so supportive of the First... Read More →


Saturday October 26, 2013 9:15am - 10:15am
Room of the Dons Mark Hopkins InterContinental