On Sunday, October 6th we had our second day of the Entrepinays Summit – an addition that emerged as part of the feedback we received from last year! Our community asked for more time to take a deep dive into topics and to have more time to reflect and this year we were lucky enough to have the space to do so.
We had in-depth workshops like Raynelle Rino’s Kapwa Healing Hike, Ning Recio’s public speaking workshop “Speak Up: Presence & Impact”, Darlene Rabena’s “Get Woke On Legal Issues Affecting Your Business”, Jana Lynne Umipig’s de-colonizing business workshop, Jennifer Navarro-Marroquin’s “Flip Your Money Script” workshop, Gretchen Carvajal of BRWNGRLZ’s spoken word workshop, and #Entrepinoy Anthem Salgado’s business plan workshop.
We closed with a Pulutan Party sponsored by the generous San Miguel at Covo and closed with a unifying “Isang Bagsak” that reminded us both of our shared history and the strong Pinays who came before us as well as the future that we’re all helping build together.
Big thanks to our generous sponsors who helped make Entrepinays Summit possible:
Thank you to our generous In-Kind Donors:
7 Mile House / Bulacan Bakery / Excelsior Coffee / Filipino Food Lab / Irma’s / Leaf & Lace Designs / Magic Melt / Marley’s Treats / Passion Planner / Roline’s Uniquely Filipino / Say Ya! Photobooth / Senor Sisig / Standard Party Rentals / Sweet Condesa Pastries / Wirth Wines