Jonha Richman (née Revesencio) is a Filipino-born businesswoman, philanthropist, and advocate for women’s empowerment. She is dubbed as the Most Connected Businesswoman from Asia, due to her close business ties to global business tycoons and diplomats such as Philip Goldberg and Jerry Angping.
Jonha Richman Biography
|Real Name||Jonha Richman|
|Date of Birth||January 1989|
|Age||32 years old (as of 2021)|
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|Birth Place||Balete, Aklan Philippines|
|Hometown||Balete, Aklan Philippines|
|Current City||Balete, Aklan Philippines|
Interesting facts of Jonha Richman
Rappler and SunStar recognized her as one of the most successful and inspiring Filipino businesswomen. As reported by Tech in Asia, she is also one of the top thought leaders on the Philippine tech scene.
She is known for her business and investment acumen and has accumulated real estate assets throughout Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Her accomplishments include advocating for startups, women’s empowerment, equality, and school reforms to teach children that failure is an integral part of success. In addition, Computer World considers her one of the must-invite women thought leaders.
She serves on the advisory board and mentors Startup Weekend, a group dedicated to inculcating inclusivity throughout the technology industry. Furthermore, she sits on the Litecoin Foundation advisory board.
She was born Jonha Revesencio in Balete, Aklan to a welder father and a housewife mother. Richman attended STI College to study computer programming. She worked on campaigns for brands such as Google, Pepsi, and Bloomberg early in her career.
In her meeting with then US Ambassador Phillip Goldberg in 2015, they discussed ways empowered women and youth can use their talents to increase opportunities for themselves and their communities.
Investor in real estate all over the world, Richman lives in Singapore, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom.
Senator Antonio Trillanes’ proposed bill regarding campaigns against online trolls was based on Jonha Richman’s article published on the Huffington Post titled “Philippines: A Digital Lifestyle Capital in the Making?”
Recognition and Awards
- 5 Most Successful Filipino Businesswomen, SunStar – 2017
- Top Ten Most Influential Leaders in the Philippine Tech Scene, Tech in Asia – 2014
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