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In this world full of challenges, we are proud to have these ladies who took the risk and # ChoosetoChallenge

Let’s know them more as they share some words of wisdom and inspiring stories.

DATAMATICS Kelly Almo Director – HR and Operations

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DATAMATICS I was inspired by the works of Princess Diana. Despite of her personal struggles, she never failed to inspire and empower people. She continued her mission to help other people and motivate them to face the challenges in life.

Dachie Sarmiento HR Generalist DATAMATICS

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DATAMATICS Gender equality doesn’t mean treating all genders alike . For me, it only means appreciating the role of each gender In the society, respecting each gender’s strengths and limitations, and encouraging everyone to embrace their gender. I , for example, enjoy being female . I love the innate powers I possess as such female. I love the charms, the beauty, the GRACE. But then I also acknowledge that I am not without restraint. I know , for example, that most males around me are naturally physically stronger , and I am okay with that . I don’t feel the need to be stronger than them just to say we are equal. I only know there are things that I can do better, and there are things that they can .

Glory Grace M. Branzuela Finance Manager DATAMATICS

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DATAMATICS In an ideal world, raising a child requires a mother and a father. But being able to raise a child in the absence of a father only proves that gender equality prevails not only in the society but also in families . A home can still be called a home, even with just the mother as the head of the family . – Ma Lourdes Valdesco, Solo Parent since 2009

Ma Lourdes Valdesco Admin and Facilities Supervisor DATAMATICS

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DATAMATICS "Women are more sensitive thus not able to handle the pressure that goes with the leadership". When I get a chance to apply for a higher position, I always think that I might be swallowed by my fear and emotions. In the back of my mind, I didn't really want the "title", but I chose to challenge myself and I wanted to show what I can do as a female leader.

Karen Sison Team Leader DATAMATICS

knternahonal WornenS We will celebrate women's achievements #ChooseToChaIIenge

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DATAMATICS The coronavirus pandemic may be the largest test of political leadership the world has ever witnessed. Every leader on the planet is facing the same potential threat and reacting differently, in his or her own style. And every leader will be judged by the results.   Jacinda Ardern , the Prime Minister of New Zealand , is forging a path of her own. Her leadership style, focused on empathy, isn’t just resonating with her people; it’s putting the country on track for success against the coronavirus and it is working remarkably well. That's women's empowerment.

Audrey Ann Secretario Subject Matter Expert DATAMATICS

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DATAMATICS It will all start within me. I should believe that my gender won't hinder me from achieving every task given to me. This will give me confidence to promote and empower the same gender as I have believed that I can, and they too definitely can produce great results.   This is not about who's better. This is about your commitment. And once you're committed , you don't look at the gender majority leading the company. You look at efforts, teamwork, and results.

Cherry Ann Tan Team Leader DATAMATICS

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International Women's Day #ChooseToChaIlenge #1WD2021

Women more than men have the tendency to self-doubt, as they might have been perceived as “too bossy, too loud, too friendly, or even too firm” which makes being a leader as a woman more challenging. There might be instances when an idea you raise gets ignored but the same idea put forth by a man gets commended. You might think it’s easier to just keep silent, blend in the background, and go with the flow, but we have to find our voice, and speak louder to be heard.   I have always told my leaders to see their people not for who they are, but who they can become, and it applies to leaders too, both women and men. We have an incredible amount of talented, driven, and capable individuals in the BPO industry, but they must first recognize their own strengths, talents, gifts, and not limit themselves from what the world is expecting them to be. Be the change you want to see.   Being a leader is not gender-based, if you are a woman, and a leader, or someone who aspires to be one, “Believe that you can, and you are halfway there”. It might sound cliché but it remains true. Overcome that little voice inside your head saying that you are not enough, because you are, and you can. Once you do so, there is nothing you cannot do, not because you are a leader, but because you are a WOMAN.

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Grey Vengua Director of Offshore Operations TGN

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Mahalia Borja General Manager Pondera PH

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DATAMATICS   For me, leadership is all about how to lead people through changes, it’s cross gender whereas leadership style matters all for leading team towards success. In my opinion, ethical and transformational leadership is essential as it occurs when the leaders broaden and elevate the interests of employees and inspire people's potential and align to organization's mission. Also I would like to encourage all the female leaders to enhance the influence consistently by leveraging our merits of more assertive and persuasive , more empathetic and interpersonal. Trust in women power and we all can do it!

Chris Wang Regional Manager Neusoft DATAMATICS

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DATAMATICS Encourage healthy discussions in challenging biases, not just from others but your own as well. It will take time to unlearn centuries of gender bias, but opening these up for discussion plants the tiny seeds of change. The more we discuss about it, the more we think about it; and the more we think about it, the more it opens opportunities to do something about it.

Jyl Carson Risk Manager Neusoft DATAMATICS

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DATAMATICS Dhiane Amadeo Operations Manager Ali-Express

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Joined by our colleagues in supporting the advocacy for gender equality!

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A challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change. So let's all # ChoosetoChallenge