LEARNING THE ROPES KEY – MIKEE
Manila Bulletin|July 24, 2020
Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski wasn’t exactly thrilled when asked about her proximity to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) throne.
NICK GIONGCO

Fresh from being elected into the IOC’s Executive Board, a cast of 15 individuals – a president, four vice presidents and 10 board members – Jaworski just laughed it off.

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