Pia Wurtzbach: "The true test of a beauty queen is what she does after she passes on the crown."

Find out how Pia continues to transform herself even after the end of her reign.
Nov 29, 2017
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For Pia Wurtzbach, being a beauty queen extends beyond your reign.

It also entails what you do after a new queen is crowned. Do you continue to help and inspire others, or are you satisfied with bringing home that sash and crown? More importantly, what legacy do you want to leave behind?

In a magazine interview last year, Pia said, "I want to be remembered as the unconventional beauty queen—natural, humble, approachable, and somebody people look up to but can see themselves in."

It's clear that Pia is not the type who rests on her laurels—her crown rather. For one, she continues to advocate against cyberbullying and for HIV/AIDS awareness. She takes the time to study her advocacies so she can make sure she can at least help correct the misconceptions and stigma.

In fact, she was appointed last May as a Goodwill Ambassador for Asia and the Pacific by UNAIDS, which aims to "end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030" worldwide.

Pia uses her massive following and influence to transform lives for the better. Watch her in action:

Like Pia, you also have #PowerToTransform and take on bigger roles that can touch even more lives.

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