Monday, July 31, 2017

Feature: Dina Dela Paz-Stalder as One of Most Influential Filipina Woman Globally

Good news! President & CEO of Stalder Group Of Companies, Dina Dela Paz-Stalder, has been selected one of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Woman in the World (Global FWN100™) by the Filipina Women's Network recently. 
Dina Dela Paz-Stalder
Ms. Dina Dela Paz-Stalder
100 Most Influential Filipina Woman in the World

The Global FWN100 Award™ recognizes 100 women of Philippine ancestry who are changing the face of leadership in the global workplace, having reached status for outstanding work in their respective fields and are recognized for their achievement and contributions to society, femtorship and legacy. Dina Dela Paz-Stalder was selected from an outstanding field of nominees from around the world.
FWN GLOBAL 100
FWN GLOBAL 100
Most Influential Filipina Women Gathering
The Most Influential Filipina Women in the World Award - FOUNDER & PIONEER award category

This award honors Filipina women in their capacities as the chief executive, president, executive director or founder of a company, community organization, non-profit, or business venture that they helped start, build or significantly grow.

This award category is for the trailblazers who have marshaled resources and applied innovative practices, processes and/or technologies in a new and groundbreaking way to address significant business or organizational opportunity.
The Global FWN100™ women are dynamic entrepreneurs, rising stars under age 35, practitioners, behind-the-scene leaders, community, government and corporate managers and executives who have moved through the ranks in large organizations, nonprofits, and government agencies. They are inspiring examples of women doing extraordinary work who will motivate our youth and future leaders. They were selected based on the size and scope of their positions, influence in their industries and their communities, board affiliations and other leadership roles,” said Marily Mondejar, Founder and CEO of the Filipina Women’s Network.

Filipina Women's Network
Filipina Women's Network
The Global FWN100 Award™ is a working recognition award with a meaningful purpose:  FWN’s 2020 Vision: a Filipina woman leader in every sector of the global economy.

The awardees are asked tore-invent herself by femtoring (female mentoring) a young Filipina woman and bring her to the Filipina Leadership Global Summit on October 25-29, 2017 in Toronto, Canada at the Intercontinental Toronto Centre.
Dina Dela Paz-Stalder is now a valued partner in helping FWN develop the Filipina community's pipeline of qualified leaders to increase the odds that some will rise to the "president" position in all sectors of the global economy," added Dr. Maria Beebe, FWN’s Board Chair.
Dina Dela Paz-Stalder
Dina Dela Paz-Stalder
The summit’s theme this year is Filipina Women: Leading. Advocating. Impacting. Seeing all the Awardees on stage during the gala awards ceremony assures me that the future of our young Filipina sisters is solid. Awardees often share this inspiring evening with their mothers, grandmothers, daughters, sons, spouses, partners, young women and men, mentors and bosses from their organizations. They all come on stage to celebrate her,” said Susie Quesada, President of Ramar Foods and FWN President.
Dina Dela Paz-Stalder
Ms. Dina Dela Paz-Stalder
"I feel overwhelmed that I have been awarded for the Most Influential Filipina Woman in the World Award: Founder & Pioneer. I did not expect that they're going to give me this opportunity to show my capability as a Filipino and as a woman in inspiring business entrepreneurs. Now, I am more motivated to encourage more people with my story - from my humble beginnings to the dazzling height of success. May we all continue to work together, nurture and empower this unique group, FWN" says Dina Dela Paz-Stalder.
Congratulations once again to Ms. Dina Dela paz-Stalder and kudos at the 14th Filipina Leadership Global Summit Gala Awards Ceremony on October 25-29, 2017 in Toronto, Canada!

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