Lina Fe Simoy is a Communication Consultant and Global Talent Acquisition Expert. She is the Founder of LFS Consulting. She also serves as a Regional Director – Asia Pacific for a global executive search firm.

She has 12 years of professional experience in communication coaching & training, leadership, global talent acquisition, and business development catering to clients in Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe, and Africa. She serves as a digital content consultant for online marketing contents for multiple clients. She has helped a number of startups and small business owners in developing their ideas from scratch and curating their online presence.

Lina began her career as a College Instructor for Communication Arts and Professional Ethics. She obtained her degrees in BA Communication Arts from the University of the Philippines Visayas Tacloban College and Master of Development Communication from the University of the Philippines Open University. She is currently pursuing a degree in Doctor of Communication Arts Program in Global Communication (International Program) at Bangkok University.

Lina was named as one of the finalists of the U.S.-ASEAN Innovation Circle Grassroots Competition in October 2021. She was named as a runner-up for Challenge #4: How to ensure a sustainable supply of human capital in the fast-changing digital economy (link to announcement: https://interactive.america.gov/asean-innovation-awards/). Her entry was one of the 14 finalists out of the 250+ entries across ASEAN member states and Timor Leste, and was the only Filipino who made it in the top 14 (link to UPOU Feature: https://www.upou.edu.ph/news/upou-student-placed-second-in-us-asean-innovation-circle-grassroots-competition/).

She has presented “How to fix your online presence” – part of her work-from-home readiness course – at the Ladies Enrichment Club (LEC) Worldwide Online Conference (October 2021) organized by LEC Worldwide — a Dubai-based network for global women leaders. She has also produced a presentation video in 2021 where she also served as a voiceover talent for a China-based international university degree program.

She has published an article in Filipino Migrant News – a New Zealand-based newspaper – in 2013 about her experience as a Typhoon Haiyan survivor in 2013. Her environmental initiative, #ProjectSelfTree, was also featured in The Vancouver Times – a Canada-based media outfit – in 2014. Reports on her critical performance appearances in 2019 as lead actress for Lunop Han Dughan – a Filipino musical theater on climate justice.

Lina is passionate about initiatives on environmental conservation, preservation of culture and the arts, socio-civic engagement, and community development.

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