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Meet Geoff Jimenez: The Face Behind Miss Filipina International Pageant

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Geoff is looking to highlight Filipina voices and encourage the next generation of young women to share their stories and successes thanks to his recent acquisition of the Miss Filipina International Pageant (MFI).

Geoff Jimenez, a well-known philanthropist and CEO, has always been passionate about utilizing his influence to benefit others. Geoff is looking to highlight Filipina voices and encourage the next generation of young women to share their stories and successes thanks to his recent acquisition of the Miss Filipina International Pageant (MFI). The Coronation Night Gala event will be held on Saturday, August 5, 2023, at The Beverly Hilton’s International Ballroom and will invite visitors from all over the world to celebrate with the MFI family. Geoff is honored to be a part of MFI’s 10th-anniversary celebration; the black-tie Coronation Night, which is poised to become one of the largest events to promote Filipino culture, will commemorate the art, fashion, and people of the Philippines. Candidates will be given the highly sought-after opportunity to explain their hobbies and advocacies, share their experiences of success, and reflect on the values that are important to Filipino culture. The pageant, which has candidates from all around the world, is now available to young ladies with at least a quarter of Filipino ancestry. This event emphasizes relishing in the dispersion of Filipino culture and celebrating the ways in which it has merged with the cultures of different countries by authentically reflecting the Filipino community on an international level. “This industry allows me to keep people happy,” Geoff explains. “That’s the gratification. You’ll make it yourself. It’s all about making a difference in their lives and inspiring other people.” Aside from this, Geoff is no stranger to sharing his good fortune and assisting others. He has long used his acute business sense to lead healthcare organizations. He is very active in assisting Native Americans on reservations in receiving the necessary home health care. Geoff also distributes proceeds from his businesses to charities that focus on expanding educational opportunities for students, as well as to charities that help the elderly. MFI is committed to uplifting young women and providing them with vital assistance in their professional development through exposure, networking opportunities, and community support. Each candidate is also eligible to win substantial financial prizes, including a $10,000 Grand Prize, as well as other gift vouchers and bonuses. As each young woman competes for these wonderful prizes, she will be able to tell how she symbolizes Filipino culture’s ambition, dedication, and compassion. The pageant’s goal is to inspire the next generation of Filipina women to become leaders in their areas and to publicly share their experiences and triumphs. Geoff is eager to use his position as the new owner of MFI to elevate the public perception of the Filipino community. He is proud of his fearlessness in trying new ideas and moving MFI to the next level of complexity. His forays into the lifestyle market constitute a watershed moment in his professional career, as he leverages his position to promote the Filipino community on a global scale.

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