LOOK: Korina Sanchez Finishes Her Master’s Degree in Journalism (IMAGES)

Veteran journalist Korina Sanchez graduates at the Ateneo De Manila University in Quezon City last June 26.

korina graduates at Ateneo

Screenshot from Korina Sanchez – Roxas Instagram account

Another inspiring graduation story to add to the list: Korina Sanchez finishes her master’s degree in Journalism despite her demanding schedule. Apart from being a loving wife to former presidential candidate Mar Roxas, she is also currently the Chief Correspondent for the Integrated News and Current Affairs Division of ABS-CBN.

Notwithstanding, her presence during this year’s election.

The ABS-CBN veteran journalist was able to achieve the program under the Konrad Adenauer Program, Philippine Star reported.

In the picture below, she thanked her professors for unleashing her ultimate potential and grateful for new friendships.

Thanks to my professors who pushed me to reach for more, to my classmates whose new friendships are the precious collateral benefits…

A photo posted by Korina Sanchez-Roxas (@thisiskorinasanchezroxas) on

In addition, it was a sign of relief when she finally wore the toga or as captioned, “Sa wakas nakasuot narin ng costume.”

And, of course, the commencement rites pictorial wouldn’t be complete without a wacky shot! In which she described: “Haha, we DID IT!!”

Haha, we DID IT!!!

A photo posted by Korina Sanchez-Roxas (@thisiskorinasanchezroxas) on

You definitely did, Ma’am. Congratulations and cheers to more interesting journo stories.

Korina is notable in the journalism industry and has earned credits as a two-time awardee for a scholarship of the United States Embassy’s Thomas Jefferson study grant for Investigative Journalism, Silver World Medal -Investigative Report Category, “Substandard Food Supplements, just to name a few. (Source)

Her graduation story proves that nothing is impossible for a person with great determination.

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