From taking charge to breaking the mold, these 4 successful women share their stories on how they rose to the top in a male-dominated world.

If politics is any indication of just how far women have come, then it’s safe to say that we are forging ahead. With a woman aiming for the highest position in the country amidst fierce opposition, controversy, and hope, the Filipinas of today are certainly stepping out and moving up.

Likewise, women are also shaping the future of business. What does it take to become an industry leader? How do they keep their edge? What advice do they have for the younger generation? Read on and get to know four women as they share their thoughts on what it takes to rise to the top.

Maria Lourdes “Lulu” De Castro: VP for Operations of VIVA International Food and Restaurants

Lulu De Castro is a food industry veteran with a total of 17 years of experience in handling different coffee and pizza companies. Currently, she handles the operations of all the VIVA Foods brands: Botejyu, Paper Moon, Pepi Cubano, Wing Zone, Yogorino, and the recently opened Greyhound Café in SM Aura.

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