Get some inspiration from our archive of past
Entrepinays Summit Talks & Panel Discussions.
GINA MARIKO ROSALES
Founder, Make it Mariko & Entrepinays Summit
“I had the dream job and everyone thought I was crazy for thinking of leaving. But in my heart, I knew that I was put on this earth to do something different. Our businesses were literally born out of death. But they brought us to life.”
IRENE FAYE DULLER
Co-Founder, An Otherwise
“We joke that it is hella pinay that we do too much. We do not live one path. We exist in many. They tell us that this will look confused on your resume. They will tell us that we are imposters. But they don’t understand our capacity. They are afraid of our power. “
“There are pressers and there are forces in this country that are designed to exhaust us all. And orgasms are an amazing way to get that energy back! Unlocking your sexual power, unlocks your personal power.”
Co-Founder, Hood Famous Bakeshop
“In those moments that don’t come easy. Where we find ourselves in the most uncomfortable of places. That is where we can see our full potential. And its where I found mine.”
Founder, Salo Series
“I learned that I can’t do this alone. I needed my community with me. It was just a matter of aligning yourself to people who share your vision. People who see your work. People who value your time.”
“HUSTLE FOR A CAUSE”
*Brought to you by Endeavors Collective.
- Lily Prijoles, @arkipelagobooks
- Joanne Encarnacion, @gofitjo
- Stephanie Gancayco, @hella_pinay
- Pearl Parmalee, @filipinofoodmovement
PANEL HOST: GINA MARIKO ROSALES, @GINAMARIKO
Running a business is hard enough, but these Entrepinays are creating business with purpose for a larger social cause in mind. Hear these panelists talk about their daily hustles, struggles they’ve faced, sacrifices they’ve made, and how they’ve created a viable business while staying purpose-focused.
“WHOLENESS. WELLNESS. & WORK”
*Brought to you by MamaMakers.
- Dr. Dawn Mabalon (honorary panelist), @drmabalon
- Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, @pinayism
- Gayle Romansanta, @bridgedeltapublishing
- Paloma Concordia, @mamalodownhustle
- Glenda Macatangay, @livelikeag
PANEL HOST: Angelique lobo, @angelique.christiana
As women entrepreneurs we’re often told to “balance” our personal and professional lives and families, which basically means work 2x as hard. But how do you define wholeness? How do you define wellness? These are the main questions we should be asking ourselves. In this panel we feature 5 Mamas (literal & community mothers) who talk about how they cultivate wholeness and wellness in their lives on top of the hustle.