Ms. Ghie Pangilinan, a young serial entrepreneur who is in her own skincare business for more than 7 years already, bagged the Woman of the Year Award in the field of Health & Wellness. She was co-founder and COO of Skin Magical and Founder of Speaks G along with her husband, Jerry Pangilinan. She empowers Filipino women by providing livelihood and high-quality skin care and beauty products for all. Unstoppable, she is also known now in the Food and Franchise Business. She was the one who brought the famous international milk tea brand “Tea Talk” in the Philippines and establishing more new companies to serve the need of the Filipino people.
All the billboards nationwide with the big celebrity names alongside Ghie is a testament of success. Heart Evangelista, Vice Ganda, Karla Estrada, Dimples Romana, Maja Salvador and Angel Locsin among so many superstars as brand endorses of her food and beauty empire.
Ms Ghie stated on one of her social media posts... "The AAP award last night is a reminder of the wonderful purpose we are all working for Skin Magical. I’m humbled and honored to show that SKIN MAGICAL will continue its commitment to provide the PH market a quality yet affordable skin essentials products! God is good because we are able to sustain and keep them going while we provide more and more livelihood.”
Other Men and Women who matter Excellence Award recipients were:
Man of the Year, Agri-Business: Mr. Ronald Daniel Mascarinas, President, Bounty Agro Ventures
Man of the Year – Humanitarian: Mr. Sam Verzosa Jr., CEO, Frontrow Enterprise
Man of the Year – Hall of Fame Excellence: Mr. RS Francisco, President, Frontrow Enterprise
CSR Company of the Year: FrontRow Cares
Young CEO of the year: Mr. Leo Ortiz, Founder and CEO, Rising Dragon Beauty and Wellness Corporation
Woman of the Year – Pharmaceutical: Ms. Lotis Ramin, Country President, AstraZeneca Philippines, Inc.
AAP is composed of Americans, Filipino Americans, Filipinos and other nationalities and celebrates the partnership of its members--the American community, the US Embassy, and the American corporations--which in 1949, helped the struggling local Americans displaced by World War II in the Philippines. With the support of its different partnerships and members, AAP is able to conduct various social welfare projects across the country.