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SELECTED DELEGATE TO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES & HIGH-LEVEL MEETINGS 

Underwent a competitive selection or sent as a delegate by an organization

  • UN SDG Action Campaign: “SDG Global Festival of Action”, 1-3 April 2020, Bonn, Germany – cancelled (due to COVID 19)
  • Global Solutions Initiative: “Global Solutions Summit 2020” (1 out of 400 shortlisted delegates from the total of 3,600 applicants in the Young Global Changers program), 20-21 April 2020, Berlin, Germany (moved online)
  • United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth Children and Youth International: “2019 Global Forum on Migration and Development”, 19-20 January 2020, Quito, Ecuador (selected but declined due to the change in the program schedule) 
  • UNESCO Headquarters: “11th International Forum of NGOs in Official Partnership with UNESCO: Challenging Inequalities”, 16-17 December 2019, Paris, France 
  • Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development: “OECD Local Development Forum: Right Skills, Right Jobs, Right Places”, 10-11 December 2019, Antwerp, Belgium 
  • World Science Forum: “Science, Ethics and Responsibility”, 20-23 November 2020, Budapest, Hungary (selected but unable to go due to technical issues)
  • Asia Pacific Youth Exchange & Urban Youth Academy: “Asia Pacific Youth Symposium”, 12-13 July 2018, Asian Development Bank, Ortigas, Philippines 
  • Galing Pook Foundation & Friedrich Ebert Stiftung: “Galing Pook Good Governance Forum on Federalism and the Local Government Code”, 27 April 2018, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines 
  • De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) Hub of Innovation for Inclusion (HiFi) and the Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST):In_Pact Asia Forum 2018: Innovation for Inclusive Impact – Designing Tomorrow’s World Today”, 17 April 2018, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines
  • United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network Youth: “Youth Solutions Forum 2017: Enabling Advocates for the Global Goals”, 29 July 2017, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines 
  • Science Council of Asia: “Science, Technology and Innovation for Inclusive Development”, 14-16 June 2017, Manila, Philippines 
  • Philippine Social Science Council: “General Assembly of the Philippine Social Science Council”, 20 March 2017, Quezon City, Philippines 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSE 

Licensure Examination for Teachers

  • General average rating: 85.20%
  • License Number: 902886988

CERTIFICATIONS

  • Certified Life Skills Trainer of JobStart Philippines: Trainer’s Training by Asian Development Bank & Institute for Integrality, December 2015-January 2016 
  • Certified Trainer by German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry: Auslandshandelskammer (AHK)’s Certification on Train the Trainer, 7-11 December 2015 
  • Certified Baker: Bread and Pastry Production NC II (Technical Education and Skills Development Authority/TESDA), January – March 2012 (test taken on 25 March 2012) 
  • Certified Cook: Commercial Cooking NC II (TESDA), January – March 2011 (test taken on 23 June 2011) 

LANGUAGES

  • Native proficiency in Filipino
  • Excellent proficiency in English
  • Limited working proficiency in Spanish
  • Elementary proficiency in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew (not in practice)

OTHER SKILLS

  • Module and training development
  • Project management
  • Project scheduling
  • Accounting
  • Fundraising

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Photo by Ellen Qin from Unsplash

 

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