The woman behind successful shows, events, and programs, Engr. Grace Bondad Nicolas has been appointed as Kiwanis International Events Director of the upcoming Asia Pacific Convention coming April 1 and 2, 2022.
The said convention is an annual event of Kiwanis International held in different parts of the Asia Pacific region. This year, the Philippines will be hosting, and thousands of registrants are expected to join.
Engr. Grace Bondad Nicolas’s long list of successful shows, gatherings, and charity events produced and initiated makes her a perfect choice for the Kiwanis task at hand.
She knows the A to Z of event production, onstage and behind. From event preparation to the actual event to wrapping up, she knows every detail.
It is her forte dealing with business people, the administrators, and the sponsors alike, including the media people.
“I actually accepted it with the request of Governor Raymund Yap telling me that most in the organizing committee suggested for me to manage the event. It’s a pleasure since among so many talented in the organization, they wanted me to handle the program,” said Grace Bondad Nicolas.
Past president to Kiwanis Club of Makati for 3 consecutive terms, she is now concurrently the Lieutenant Governor-Elect of Division 3A (Metro Manila) of the Kiwanis Philippine Luzon District, Vice President for External Affairs by the Los Baños Chamber of Commerce & Industries (LBCCI), Vice President of the Makati Tourism Foundation, and a certified mentor of “Go Negosyo” under the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship.
Engr. Grace Bondad Nicolas has indeed emerged triumphant amidst the limitations of the lockdown, proving that no challenge is big enough to dampen her spirit of achievement, tireless action, and continuous inspiration to all her constituents as a civic leader and her partners as a business leader.
Kiwanis International was established in 1915 in Detroit, Michigan. Kiwanis International is a global community of clubs, members, and partners dedicated to improving the lives of children one community at a time.
Through service projects and fundraisers, Kiwanis members improve their communities, make lifelong friendships and, most importantly, help children reach their full potential.
With more than 600,000 members in more than 80 countries, Kiwanis clubs host nearly 150,000 service projects each year.