Zontians are a culturally diverse group of women and men, representing 63 countries around the globe, who share a commitment to working for women’s rights and gender equality.
They are professionals and executives from a wide array of sectors – architects, educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, lawyers, doctors, pilots, government officials and more.
As a member of an individual Zonta club, Zontians all over the world work to advance the status of women through various service, advocacy and fund-raising efforts to support the main objective of Zonta, which are:
- To improve the legal, political, economic, educational, health and professional status of women at the global and local level through service and advocacy.
- To work for the advancement of understanding, goodwill and peace through a fellowship of executives in business and professions.
- To promote justice and universal respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.
- To be united internationally to foster high ethical standards, to implement service programs and to provide mutual support and fellowship for members who serve their communities, their nations and the world.
Membership in Zonta Club of Pasig, Inc.
To be admitted to membership of this club, the area or territorial limits of the club must embrace:
- The location of the business or profession by which the member’s classification is determined;
- The larger percentage of the activity carried on by her business or profession; or
- Her residence and community interest.
To be eligible for classified membership, a woman shall be of good character and good business or professional reputation, and shall devote at least 60 percent of her time to a business or profession, and shall:
- Be engaged as a proprietor, partner, corporate officer, or manager of a reputable and recognized business; or
- Hold a responsible position in an executive capacity with discretionary authority in a business; or
- Act as a local agent or branch representative of a reputable recognized business, and have charge of such agency or branch in an executive capacity; or
- Be engaged in a worthy and recognized profession.