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Charo Santos-Concio: Perfect inspiration for future leaders

Be inspired by the life and legacy of the one and only ABS-CBN President and CEO in the special edition of Star Cinema’s digital magazine Reel/Real!

Star Cinema Admin
Star Cinema Admin

11/24/2015 in News
Charo Santos-Concio: Perfect inspiration for future leaders

A few years from now, many of today’s millennials would reach higher posts in the career ladder. While authenticity is a highly valuable quality to succeed, it wouldn’t hurt to take inspiration from those who have been there and done that – excellently.
With that in mind, you can’t help but think about ABS-CBN President and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, whose life and legacy have inspired many especially female artists and professionals. Scan features about her, listen to interviews of people she has worked with, and you will receive unanimous responses praising her work ethics, dedication, compassion, and brilliance.
We pay tribute to her in this special edition of the Star Cinema digital magazine Reel/Real, in which we look at CSC’s best traits that make her the ultimate inspiration for young professionals.
Read it here:

Ms. Charo has been tapped as the Gala Chair of the prestigious 43rd International Emmy Awards in New York City – the first Filipino media executive to have achieved such feat.
The International Emmys is composed of leaders and movers from 500 companies (TV, internet, mobile, and technology sectors) and over 60 countries.

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