Filipino-American Community Leader Loida Lewis Shares Success Secrets

Filipino-American community leader Loida Nicolas-Lewis takes the spotlight in the “The Bottomline with Boy Abunda” this Saturday (September 27) to share her remarkable insights as a multi-billionaire philanthropist, and inspiring experience as an activist and widower of a Wall Street financier, Reginald F. Lewis.

Loida grew up in Sorsogon and graduated from the University of the Philippines College of Law. Aside from being a hall of fame business leader, she was also the first Asian woman to pass the New York Bar exam in 1974 with a degree from a law school outside the U.S. People saw her as the “Greater Woman” behind the great man, Reginald Lewis.

She landed on the cover of Working Woman magazine as the top businesswoman in America. With her exceptional and inspiring Filipino traits, Loida Lewis reveals her secrets to success and how her relationship with God guided her in her endeavors.

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