GEMMA BULOS HONORED NATIONALLY AS A FILIPINA OF DISTINCTION

Gemma Bulos
One of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the United States in the Thought Leader and Innovator Category

 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA: The Filipina Women’s Network has selected Gemma Bulos, Director of the Global Women’s Water Initiative as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the United States in the Thought Leader and Innovator Category.

The 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the United States Award™ is a celebration of leadership, inspiration and achievement. It honors Filipina women who are changing the face of power in American communities, organizations and the workplace.

“These influential Filipina American women are dynamic entrepreneurs, rising stars under 40, emerging builders and executives who have moved through the ranks in large organizations, nonprofits and government agencies. They are powerful examples of women doing extraordinary work who will motivate our youth and future leaders,” said Gloria T. Caoile, political director of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA) and co-chair of the FWN 100 Nationwide Search and Selection Committee. “They were selected from nominations submitted from 19 states.”

The 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the U.S. Award™ is a working recognition award, a dream with a meaningful purpose: double the number of Filipina women leaders by 2012. The awardees are asked to femtor a protégée and return with her to the Pinay Power reunion on August 30,2012 in San Francisco.

“Pinay Power 2012 began in 2006 with a dream to inspire, inform, and advance Filipina women leaders who would influence the Filipino American community’s future. It provides a critical pathway for successful women who care about advancement, achievement, and significance,” said Elena Mangahas, board chair of Filipina Women’s Network. “These women are not only talking about change, but plan to be part of making it happen.

“FWN will honor these amazing women at a gala dinner awards celebration on Friday, October 14, 2011 at the Stanford Court Hotel in San Francisco,” said Marily Mondejar, president of the Filipina Women’s Network. “The awards gala is the highlight of the 8th Filipina Leadership Summit from October 13 through October 15. Awardees often share this inspiring evening with their daughters, sons, mothers, grandmothers, young women and men from their organizations.”

A speed femtoring event at the summit with 100 young Pinay students will have a chance to learn from the FWN 100 of 2011.

For additional details concerning Pinay Power 2012 and to attend the Filipina Leadership Summit, call 415.935.4396 or go to filipinawomensnetwork.org. For additional details concerning Gemma Bulos, contact +1.917.497.1094 or email [email protected]

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