Four Filipina YouTubers are encouraging others to join the campaign to #AskHerFirst and break gender bias in line with the observation of International Women's Month in March.
Filipino educator Ronald Adamat of the Philippine Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has been named the winner of the 2020 Mahatma MK Gandhi Prize for Non-Violent Peace, the first Filipino to receive the award.
Filipina technology leaders Maria Beebe and Imelda Parcasio have won the UNESCO Open Education Awards for their Florida, USA-based Kaisipan digital education project for teachers in the Philippines.
Young Picasso of the Philippines Worth Lodriga is taking on another persona as the first-ever Asian ambassador of Cartoon Network and is set to inspire more kids around the world to make a difference through art.
Community pantry initiator Ana Patricia Non has won the first Stellar of the Year Award given by AirAsia for sparking hope among Filipinos at the time of uncertainty when COVID-19 struck in the Philippines.
Filipino-American educator and activist Dr. Melissa Borja has been named an honoree for USA Today's Women of the Year program recognizing women across the United States who have made a significant impact.
Filipino-American high school teacher Ty Penserga has made history by being elected the next mayor of the City of Boynton Beach in Florida, U.S.A.
Filipino-American tenants' rights and affordable housing advocate Emily Ann Ramos has been named the 2022 Woman of the Year for California's 13th Senate District in the United States.
Meet Filipina teen violinist Jeanne Rafaella Marquez, a 2022 Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist and Kohl Scholar at Colburn School's Music Academy in the United States.
Here are 9 Filipina startup leaders and their enterprises featured by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) as the Philippines and the rest of the world celebrate International Women's Day on March 8, 2022.
Feminist artist-activist Nikki Luna is the first Filipina to have an exhibit at the Casa Vicens, the first masterpiece of famed architect Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona, Spain.
Filipina health scientist Lorie Neuberger-Castillo has been featured in Research Luxembourg's "Be brave: Women [& girls] in Science" campaign as a microbiome specialist who works with the genetic material of all the microbes that live on and inside the human body.