GERALDINE ROMAN: I run five times a week, 30 minutes every time. I also take antioxidant formula, fish oil and vitamin C once a day.I usually run on the treadmill or in open areas like the memorial park in Orani, Bataan province where I get to also visit the tombs of my grandparents the late educator Antonio Roman, Sr. I also moisturize every day, ever since 1989 when I went to study in Spain because the air there was dry.Her first posting was to the Embassy in Phnom Penh.Assignments followed in the Philippines, Thailand, Iran and the United States before Geraldine returned to live in Sydney.GV BRa IN returns in 2017, featuring legendary humanitarian, Geraldine Cox AM Legendary Australian humanitarian, Geraldine Cox AM, is the founder of Sunrise Cambodia.Geraldine started her career with the Australian Department of Foreign Affaris in 1970 at the age of 25.At the age of 50, she gave it all up to return to the country that stole her heart where she worked for Prince Norodom Ranariddh and helped look after orphans on weekends.The 1997 coup saw the Prince and most westerners flee the country, but Geraldine couldn’t abandon the children.
Aside from the reformist President Rody Duterte, new senators like Joel Villanueva, Risa Hontiveros and Win Gatchalian, and new Speaker Bebot Alvarez, one of the new superstars in Philippine politics is the 49-year-old Bataan Congresswoman Geraldine Roman.
Affectionately known as ‘Big Mum’, she has personally impacted the lives of hundreds of at-risk children in Cambodia.
Wealth of a different kind: creating lasting prosperity in Cambodia In a country where traditional meanings of wealth have come to stand for corruption and inequality, the only wealth worth having is wealth of an entirely different kind.
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