I was at the Senate today to cover the launch of the #InFairness Movement, a joint project of Spark Philippines and Mr. Click eMarketing Services. This nationwide advocacy campaign, which is supported by Investing in Women, seeks to normalize the role of men at home and empower women’s economic prowess.
As one of the contenders for the 2016 National Elections, part of my platform is to better care for the environment.
P.S. I was a big fan of Geneva Cruz and followed her post-Smokey Mountain, hence the possession of her first album “I Like You” 🙂