AMSDaily : Inspiring You to Succeed




Hello! My name is Alpha Sanford. I am the creator of AMSDaily. I am a Filipina living in Massachusetts with my family. I love eating buro (Ilokano fermented fish) and drinking iced tea. I am a school leader by profession and I am proud of it!


AMSDaily was created in 2011 originally as a way to share the 30-day motivational conversations that I had with my siblings to the world.  Over the past few years, I was able to include stories and tips on personal development. Because I love reading about successful people, I decided to interview and share awesome stories of people that I have met or know. Some of the most inspiring stories I have shared include the following Filipino celebrities including TV show host Daphne Osena-Paez, multi-awarded humanitarian and entrepreneur Anna Meloto-Wilk, famous Manila blogger, the most adorable Tina Tagle, Filipino painter, Bren Bataclan, the youngest member of the Philippine Senate, Senator Bam Aquino, the only Filipino author whose book signing was held at a bookstore in 5th avenue in NY turned PR, Carissa Villacorta and much acclaimed Filipino model, Tricia Gosingtian.


This year, I have decided to concentrate on writing and sharing tips to become successful with women in mind. I’ve learned that despite the push for women empowerment in the US, the Philippines still has rooms for improvement. This is not to say that this blog is solely intended for Filipina women – it certainly is open for all women. So, twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays) I will be sharing some tips/steps to become successful. I hope these will help – as I also humbly become better through my own journey.


If you would like to get in touch with me, you can email me at amsdaily(at) or connect with me via Linkedin.

Random Personal Facts:

I love books. Here are my favorite books of all time.

I am also a keynote speaker.

I am an entrepreneur.

I involved in the education field both in the US and in the Philippines.

I dream of impacting the lives of many people through education.