New York conversations with Boy Abunda

Asia’s King of Talk Boy Abunda recently met up with three phenomenal women for some deep talk and the result is an hour-long conversation that centered on how his subjects rose to the challenges of life, liberty and love.

The women — Miss Universe 2021 Harnaaz Sandhu, Filipino-American businesswoman and philanthropist Loida Nicolas Lewis and Los Angeles-based Filipino-American businesswoman and CEO of O Skin Care Olivia Quido-Co — sat down with Abunda at the exclusive Players NYC in Gramercy Park in New York City on 23 September. The gathering was organized by Friends of the Philippines Society USA Incorporated and was well-attended by kababayans from the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut), supporters and allies of the Filipino community, Miss Universe executives, businessmen, and more.

From success stories of their business empires, pains and struggles of childhood and marriage, and living life with a purpose, Lewis, Sandhu, and Quido-Co graciously opened up and recounted their personal journeys to empowerment.

Quido-co highlighted the role of her parents and her Christian faith as her guide and motivation in building her now-booming O Skin Care business in the United States of America, South America and other territories in Asia. Towards the end of the event, Quido-Co was given the Asian American Minority Business Excellence Award.

According to event organizers Jerry Sibal and Edwin Josue: ‘FPHSUSA Inc. has bestowed an award to Olivia Quido-Co for her breakthrough success in the mainstream USA with her skin care line as endorsed by the Miss Universe Organization.’

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