BAYO

“I made bringing ballet to the people my life’s word and help others make it theirs.”

Lisa Macuja-Elizalde has been performing all her life. Trained in the Russian Vaganova method, Lisa danced professionally for 32 years and became the face of ballet in the country. It all started when her mom took her to her first ballet class.

READ MORE
COMMENTS SHARE       
A multi-awarded ballerina, Candice Adea has worked with international companies and has gone great lengths to show the world what Filipino talent can do. Having started ballet at 4 and still going 26 years later, Candice is expression, passion, and strength combined.
COMMENTS SHARE       
As President of Compassion and Responsibility for Animals (CARA), Nancy Cu Unjieng has always advocated animal population control through spay and neuter. Providing these services at a low cost, CARA does just that. Unlike a shelter, CARA is focused on population control and finding loving homes for abandoned and abused animals.
COMMENTS SHARE       
Nanette Medved-Po has made a name for herself as a philanthropist. As Founder of HOPE, her idea is simple—to supply bottled water. But with 100% of HOPE profit going to building classrooms, it has great impact.
COMMENTS SHARE       
Olivia Limpe-Aw is fifth generation master blender and distiller of the 165-year old Destileria Limtauco. As the first woman to lead the company, she reinvented the brand and introduced artisanal craft spirits made from the best Philippine produce.
COMMENTS SHARE