She graduated with a certificate course in Advanced Pattern Making and Advanced Fashion Design at the Fashion Institute of the Philippines in 2009. In 2012, she started her own clothing line, Trishie Couture, followed by distributing her own beauty products. On March 2014, she became the youngest member of the Rotary Club International in Manila, Philippines. On that same year, she opened up her own salon, Shabby Chic Salon and Nail Spa, in Malabon, Philippines. She was also presented with a certificate course in Basic Chinese at the Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines and will take up Corporate Business Chinese at the same university. She also took up an entrepreneurship online course in Maryland University, USA and finished it on April 2015. She is also planning to pursue her degree in Bachelor of Science in Architecture in Mapua Institute of Technology. On Christmas days and on her birthdays, She holds feeding programs for street children on behalf of her charity program Trishie Couture Charity. On April 2016, she attended Harvard University, Boston USA and finish a short program about Business and Prototyping. After finishing the program. she started up her wedding career and now built her first major achievement- Bride and Rose(know more at www.brideandrose.ph).

At a very young age, she is already an ace of the youngest CEO in the country.Despite of all the hardships in life that she had- a product of bullying and a broken family, and growing independently and alone since 14yrs old, she managed to finance her educations and become a self-made successful entrepreneur. At 2014, she made her own company which they named DLC Enterprise (Dream, Lead, Create Enterprise) which envisions to become a changer with the aid of the products, campaigns, events, and services that they will offer in the market.

To know more a little bit of background of the woman behind TheCEO.me read the very first blog feature of her baby blog at The Huffington Post feature here

While read her second feature from BuzzFeed here.

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