"Filipinas in Motion Celebrating Women's History Month in March" @ FWN's Salo Salo @ Red Lantern

  • March 29, 2009
  • 5:00 PM - 8:29 PM
  • Red Lantern @ 808 Winslow St. Redwood City, CA 94063

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Sponsor Benefits -

    1. Corporate logo (with link to your website) included in a year long eblast to over 5,200 FWN eList members to announce 13 salo salo events for a minimum of 124,800 impressions. Each eblast is sent at least twice a month (or more).

    2. Corporate logo, web address and phone no. included in 50,000 full-color postcards and 11 x 17 posters distributed year round among 13 restaurant locations in the SF Bay Area.

    3. Corporate logo posted on FWN website for 12 months with link to community partner / sponsor's website.

    4. Sponsor recognition and/or speaking opportunity at each of the 13 monthly Salo Salo events (two in October).

    5. VIP seating for up to three corporate members. Registration at Filipina Salo Salo is at FWN member rate.

    6. Opportunity to distribute corporate materials at FWN's literature table at each of the 13 monthly events two in October).

    7. If you do not have a restaurant location, an opportunity will be created to feature your product as part of the prix fixe menu during one of the 13 salo salo events for a direct promotion and the opportunity for the guests and members to purchase products either directly at your corporate website or to be included in the FWN salo salo registration form.

    8. Opportunity to be included in all print ads from media partners for the Filipina Salo Salo.

    9. Opportunity to be included in media interviews/coverage of the salo salo events.
  • Special Guests of Salo Salo Executive Committee and FWN Board
  • open seating
  • After March 23 and thru registration at-the-door
  • open seating
  • Come to any six salo salo months of your choice as long as you RSVP three days before the selected month you wish to attend.
  • Come to any six salo salo months of your choice as long as you RSVP three days before the selected month you wish to attend.
  • table reserved in your name
  • reserved table in your name
  • reserved table in your name

Registration is closed

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"Filipinas in Motion
Celebrating Women's History Month in March
"
@ the Filipina Salo Salo


Filipinas in Motion:  Developing Personal Power and Influence, Empowering Each Other

BACKGROUND:
The name “Filipinas in Motion” was selected to describe the many roles of Filipina women. The name envisions the Filipina woman as constantly growing, transforming, innovating, and changing herself as she secures her place in the world. Filipinas in Motion showcases Filipina women in a wide range of professional roles and actively involved in corporate, government, and nonprofit organizations. It is about celebrating Filipina women, sharing stories and strategies, and passing on their wisdom to those who may need the inspiration. Filipinas in Motion is about “what it means to be a Filipina woman today.”

ABOUT FILIPINAS IN MOTION:
These are small discussion groups of Filipina women in similar fields and professional areas of expertise. Each group has a Discussion Leader who will facilitate the flow of ideas and ensure participant sharing and empowerment. Topics will cover career strategies, real-life stories (triumphs, struggles, accomplishments), an insider’s perspective on how Filipinas navigate their unique workplaces, and best practices on how to “arrive, survive, and thrive” in the world of work. These small group discussions will provide an environment to restart thought processes and expand thinking. Participants can sign up for any group of their choice.

WHY PARTICIPATE:
Whether you’re an entrepreneur, student, career changer, homemaker, new or re-entering the workplace, up-and-coming supervisor, seasoned manager, or top executive, Filipinas in Motion has a place for you. FWN provides tools to improve life skills, career competencies, and capacities for leadership effectiveness - thinking strategically, acting decisively, and influencing others. Focusing on real life, business, and career advancement experiences from practitioners, corporate managers, and community leaders along with peer-to-peer networking are the distinguishing features of FWN meetings.

Choose the group you want to join when you register.

FILIPINAS IN MOTION DISCUSSION GROUPS:

Filipinas in Communications (PR, Marketing & the Media)
Leslie Guevarra
Associate Editor, Greener World Media, Inc.
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Education
Thelma Boac, Principal, Silver Creek High School
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipina Entrepreneurs
Lennie DiCarlo
Founder/CEO, xroads Philippine Sea Salts
(Discussion Leader)

· Filipinas in Arts
Judy Romanenkov, Artist, JBMR Paintings
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Finance
Chelo Pallas
SEC & GAAP Compliance Manager, URS Corporation
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Government
Anita Sanchez
Executive Director, Civil Service Commission
City & County of San Francisco
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Healthcare
Dr. Mayette Almazan
Psychiatrist, The Specialty Center, Inc.
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Human Resources, Organization Development & Training
Vashti R. Sinigayan, Recruiter / HR Professional, Aerotek
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Law
Charina Garcia, Esq., Cornerstone Law Group
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in the Military & Law Enforcement

Eileen Quibuyen, FBI Research Analyst (invited)
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Nonprofits, Faith & Community Organizations
Mitos Santisteban, President, ABS CBN Foundation
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Politics
Joanne F. del Rosario, Mayor of Colma, California
(Discussion Leader)


· Filipinas in Science & Technology
Alelei Funcell, Senior Vice President, Solaria (invited)
(Discussion Leader)

FWN's 1st Annual Filipina Salo Salo
The 2009 Adobo Crawl

A celebration of Filipino heritage and cuisine

In collaboration with 13 highly acclaimed restaurants / food
organizations who serve
authentic Filipino and Filipino-inspired dishes,

the Filipina Women's Network cordially invites you
to embark on a year-round culinary adventure

celebrating the many flavors, exotic ingredients,  cultural and regional  influences, cooking and dining traditions of
Filipino cuisine.


In 2009, each restaurant highlights its unique recipe of the popular "adobo" dish as one of three selections in their
Prix Fixe menu.


Restaurants / food organizations featured in 2009

Intramuros
January 24 / Saturday
5pm no host cocktails; 6pm dinner served promptly
TheIntramuros.com

Alimango
February 19 / Thursday
6pm no host cocktails; 7pm dinner served promptly
AlimangoRestaurant.com

Red Lantern
March 29 / Sunday
5pm no host cocktails; 6pm dinner served promptly
RedLanternRWC.com


Zebulon
April 25 / Saturday
5pm no host cocktails; 6pm dinner served promptly
zebulonsf
.com

Bistro Luneta
May 31 / Sunday
5pm no host cocktails; 6pm dinner served promptly
BistroLuneta.com


Archipelago
June 28 / Sunday
5pm no host cocktails; 6pm dinner served promptly
ArchipelagoBistro.com


Gerry's Grill
July 26 / Sunday
4pm no host cocktails; 5pm dinner served promptly
GerrysGrill.com

Poleng Lounge
August 23 / Sunday
5pm no host cocktails; 6pm dinner served promptly
PolengLounge.com

Mercury Lounge
September 24 / Thursday
6pm no host cocktails; 7pm dinner served promptly
MercurySF.com

Ramar Foods
October 22/ Thursday
6pm no host cocktails; 7pm dinner served promptly
RamarFoods.com

Patisserie Philippe
October 25/ Sunday
11am brunch served promptly
www.patisseriephilippe.com

Alido's
November 15 / Sunday
5pm no host cocktails; 6pm dinner served promptly
Alidos.net


Patio Filipino
December 15 / Tuesday
6pm no host cocktails; 7pm dinner served promptly
PatioFilipino.com

Featured restaurants, salo salo dates and times may change. 
Please check this page for updates.

 
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