About FB Enterprises

FB Enterprises was established in January 2009 with the purpose of providing individuals and companies, its expertise, insights and knowledge of doing business in Guam. FB Enterprises is also a promoter of Guam as a destination for companies wishing to organize meetings on Guam and incentive trips to the island for executives or employees. The initials FB stand for the firm’s founder’s name, Flora Baza Quan. Ms. Baza Quan brings to her multi-service consultancy extensive experience and network of contacts gained throughout her career in fund raising, marketing, project management, and involvement in various civic organizations on Guam.


About Flora Baza Quan

Flora Baza Quan served as Executive Director of the University of Guam Endowment Foundation for eight years from 2000 to 2008. During her tenure, she was instrumental in helping the Endowment Foundation office build a network of committed individual and corporate donors and alumni. Under her direction, the Endowment Foundation received more than $8Million in donations between 1999 and 2008 that helped established scholarship programs and enhanced the campus physical infrastructure, as evident with the building and opening of the Jesus S. and Eugenia A. Leon Guerrero School of Business and Public Administration, and solicited major contributions to the University of Guam library from Dr. Tan Siu Lin and his family as well as contributions from renowned benefactors Dr. Lucio Tan and Mr. Henry Sy from the Philippines, and other local benefactors.


An alumna of the University of Guam, Ms. Baza Quan graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and was a member of Chi Omicron Gamma-National Honor Society of UOG during her student days. She received her MBA from University of Phoenix and is a Certified Fund Raising Manager (CFRM) having received her certification and qualification in fundraising management from Purdue University’s Fundraising School in Indianapolis, Indiana. She conducted the first oral history program for the Department of Parks and Recreation in 1994 focusing on World War II experiences, Spanish history, Sports history on Guam and Life in Sumay culminating in a three part documentary entitled the "Many Faces of Guam", which is used on the Guampedia website and extensively used at the Micronesian Area Research Center at the University of Guam. In her fundraising career, Ms. Baza Quan was chosen to be a member of the People-to-People Ambassador Programs Fundraising Executives Delegation to Brazil in February 2004. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), national and local chapters. She is a licensed Realtor and is a member of Guam’s Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.


Ms. Baza Quan’s project management experience included serving as Capital Improvements Project Director and Co-Chair of the St. John’s High School 1987-1993 Planning and Construction Committee which oversaw the construction of the high school and gym for St. John’s. She also served as Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of the Guam Council of the Arts and Humanities from 2004-2008 and was Chairwoman of the Performing Arts Subcommittee. She is the Vice President of the Guam Dancesport Federation. Her civic involvements included being a member of the YMLG Ladies Auxiliary Group, an associate member of the Guam Chamber of Commerce, member of the Guam Women’s Club, member of the Association of Government Accountants, member of the Guam Association of Realtors and National Association of Realtors, the Guam Visitors Bureau and an active member of her parish at St. Jude and her New Catechumenate parish in Tamuning.


A passionate and ardent advocate of Guam’s indigenous culture and performing arts, Ms. Baza Quan is also well known throughout Guam’s community as a recording artist and for her cultural performances as the “Queen of Chamorro music.” She has also promoted Guam in her capacities as Miss Guam International in 1970 and as the first international beauty title holder as Miss Asia Pacific in 1971 where she was voted Miss Asia Friendship as well as Miss Asia Talent. In her travels around the world, Miss Baza Quan was appointed by the Governor of Guam as the International Ambassadress for Guam. As a former military spouse, Ms. Baza Quan was actively engaged in various community and military support organizations, nationally and internationally and was an Army Family Team Building Instructor while her husband attended the Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

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