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    Speeches

    • Empowering Women Leaders of Today

      Posted in Speeches on Mar 20, 2017

      20 March 2017 Speech at Accenture’s International Women’s Day 2017 I guess I’m wearing the right color tonight. Marami na tayong naka-red. But as I was coming in, I was telling Lito, that even as I was coming in from many women’s day celebrations today, I was still quite surprised when I entered seeing a

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    • Tsinelas Leadership as Vehicle for Empathy and Hope

      Posted in Speeches on Mar 15, 2017

      15 March 2017 Speech for the 2017 Metrobank Foundation Professional Chair for Public Service and Governance Ateneo Professional Schools, Rockwell Center, Makati City, 14 March 2017 I’m glad I wore the right color this afternoon. But the disclaimer and the revelation, it’s unintended. Naalala ko lang after I was out of the house already. But

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    • No Filipina Left Behind

      Posted in Speeches on Mar 15, 2017

      15 March 2017 Speech at the International Women’s Month Forum St. Scholastica College-Manila Thank you very much for the privilege of inviting me over this morning. You know all my life I have been surrounded by Scholasticans. My, my high school best friend went to St. Scho for college. I went to UP, but my

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    • Sow Seeds That Last

      Posted in Speeches on Mar 15, 2017

      15 March 2017 Speech at the Invest in ME Forum on Good Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility San Beda College They prepared as speech for me, um, while I was seated there, I was already very tempted not to read the speech. Um, you know when I arrived, um, it was quite an emotional moment

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    • Continuing The Culture Of Excellence In The PMA

      Posted in Speeches on Mar 13, 2017

      13 March 2017 Message at the Breakfast with the PMA Cadets, Mess Hall, Philippine Military Academy 13, March 2017 Magandang umaga. When I heard that I would be asked to speak this morning, I asked some of my security staff who are PMA also what I should say. Ewan ko lang kung tama ang advice

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