Andrea Domingo: The name of the game

Her simple life and her untarnished reputation as a public figure shield her from the prying eyes of the hyper-critical public. This is the reason why the name Andrea Domingo remains undetected by the radar of the intrusive and meddlesome netizens. The chairman and CEO of the Philippine Gaming Corporation shuns publicity and enjoys working diligently at the background and in making sure that her job is done according to her own style of leadership – tough on the outside, gentle in the inside.

Where Women Leaders Grow

March 26, 2019
Welcome to Mondelez Philippines. Home to not only delicious snack products, but to amazing women leaders as well. As a Company that aims to empower people to snack right, this vision translates to its winning growth culture.

A Glimpse of Colonel Cezar O. Mancao II

March 15, 2019
Former Police Col. Cezar O. Mancao II, who was the Chief of the defunct Presidential Anti Organized Crime Task Force (PAOCTF) for Luzon, is the son of the late Police Major Cezar W. Mancao Sr. and Mrs. Reynalda O. Mancao. He was born and raised in the undivided Davao Del Norte. He graduated from the Philippine Military Academy Class of 1986. He received numerous...

National Commission for Culture and the Arts Opens Festive National Arts Month in Bago City

February 28, 2019
The theme this year “Ani ng Sining” (Harvest of the Arts) emphasizes the ample artistic activities in the country with Filipino artists and cultural workers’ passion. Along with celebrated stars Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach and actor/sportsman/painter Ian Veneracion, NCCA named KZ Tandingan as Music Ambassador to give a fresh and exceptional rendition of National Arts Month theme song, Ani ng Sining, composed and originally sang by Joey Ayala.

Hon. Maria Olivia B. Pascual Babaeng Maaasahan

February 28, 2019
Indefatigable is she as she never runs short of ideas when she initiates a program or activity. She is never satisfied with “Pwede na” as she wants quality in everything she does. Blame it to her events management background where every act done where the law of primacy must be observed – do it well the first time as there is no second time around. Unlike in movie-making where take two, three and more is allowed, there is only take one for BM Olive.

The Leadership of Mayor Edna P. Sanchez

December 26, 2018
A typical “probinsiyana”, so to speak, one could hardly recognize this woman in a crowd – be it in a shopping mall or in a banquet. But unknown to many, this dainty, gentle and soft-spoken beauty, accented with an alluring smile, is the mayor of one of the most progressive towns and the country’s fourth richest municipality.

Mayor Roanna Dinglasan Conti Leads the Way for a Golden Anniversary Celebration of San Pascual, Batangas

December 13, 2018
The golden future of San Pascual, Batangas, is at hand. On the eve of its 50th founding anniversary as a full-fledged municipality in August 2019, San Pascual – the youngest among the province’s 31 towns – is gearing up to the status of an economic rising star with potential benefits to its 65,000 plus constituents. Thanks to the indefatigable leadership of the incumbent first-term mayor, Roanna Dinglasan Conti, the fundamental template of such holistic future has been cast through a big bundle of infrastructure projects – and attendant numerous public welfare programs – that are already benefiting more San Pascualeños than ever before.

NICASIO “NICK” A. CONTI: Serving with Honor

December 13, 2018
Atty. Nick – as he is commonly called – first served as Legal Consultant in the Office of the Press Secretary of the Philippine Information Agency and the Philippine Heart Center from 2001 to 2002. As he turned 30, he was appointed by former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo as Presidential Assistant at the Office of the President and Assistant Secretary at the Office of the Presidential Chief of Staff in 20003 until 2004. During this period, he was the administration’s answer in its early fight against corruption through the Transparency Group, an ad-hoc team he led, created to conduct lifestyle checks on various government officials and employees suspected to be having lifestyles beyond their means. For this, he was recognized as “Outstanding Law Enforcer for 2004” by the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC). Out of his experience in good governance, he authored a primer on corruption entitled “To Serve With Honor”.

The Woman Behind NouVelle Haute Couture Marianne Martin

December 13, 2018
Famed fashion designer Ianne Martin was born Marianne Martin on December 23, 1975, in Manila, Philippines. She is the youngest child and only daughter of a businessman, Eddie Martin and his wife, Jeng Martin. Marianne is known to her close friends and family as “Ianne”. Her mom and grandmother raised her, as her father was very active in the business during her childhood.

A Blessed, Blissful 2018 for Dr. Joyce Peñas Pilarsky

November 02, 2018
She is known as “Mother of the Universe” – the first such award given in the Mrs Universe pageant held in 2017 in Durban, South Africa – but for her family, close friends and numerous fans, Dr. Joyce Penas Pilarsky is the perfect and living version of the how-to book she wrote – Young, Sexy and Gorgeous – for a fulfilling healthy life.

The Chic Nobility of Karla Tiangco

November 02, 2018
That she’s a person of rare and admirable beauty, inside and out, may still be an understatement, for Karla Tiangco’s sense of accomplishment – she’s a fitness enthusiast, fashion icon, entrepreneur and a certified wanderlust – does not trivialize her earthy ego but rather dignifies the nobility of her worldly spirit.

Author Interview: Mercy Jane Ballesteros

October 23, 2018
Author Bio: Hailing from the Philippines, Mercy Jane Ballesteros is a young talent with a soul older than her years.Mercy Jane Porquez Ballesteros was born in Bacolod City, Philippines on February 10,1997. She graduated from Sagay National High School Open High School Program in her hometown Sagay City.