Monday, March 08, 2021

TikTok Celebrates International Women’s Day With #SheShines2021


Last week I attended a virtual event of  TikTok Philippines where it launched the “#SheShines2021” campaign that showcases notable female creators who help make the app a positive and inclusive community.

Among the highlighted Filipinas in their respective expertise are Filipino-American actress Antoinette Taus, a humanitarian and Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme; Pau Kimberly, a self-love advocate who uses TikTok to make people feel better about themselves; Veronica “Ron” Limcaoca, a member of Girls Got Game PH, an organization empowering women through sports; Nove-Ann Tan, who has published two books and a hands-on homeschooling mom and Maica Teves of SPARK Philippines.

SPARK stands for Samahan ng mga Pilipina para sa Reporma at Kaunlaran, a non-profit organization composed of women committed to helping empower and elevate women in becoming active partners in national development.

I'm sure you've seen Tiktok trends online. Both genders have been making waves in creating contents. But if I may say, female creators on the app have helped transform TikTok into a real, inspiring, fun, and educational space for all, and they continue to do so each time they share creative new content.

TikTok takes pride in being a positive and inclusive platform, where women are empowered to express themselves creatively and authentically.

To know more about their advocacies, please visit,, and

Discover more inspiring female creators to follow on TikTok! Download the app on your iOS and Android devices today to get started.

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