Update : HAPI Volunteers and Officers

Posted by Marissa Langseth | Posted on May 18, 2019

Update : HAPI Volunteers and Officers

Since September 2017, we have gathered  the best humanists in the Philippines, right after the “law of natural selection”  took place, here is the update of HAPI volunteers and officers. But, of course, we constantly weed out those who are lukewarm and less dedicated to HAPI.

Some were just lurking and observing before, but, the  golden opportunity gave way to more projects and more active participation from people whom we never know would carry weight in all our humanist community outreach.

We sincerely thank all donors and sponsors. Your donation is at work. Send them to donate@hapihumaist.org  or click the yellow donate button on the right side of this page.

I promised to spend my life with HAPI and humanity, since I came back in September, 2017.

It is just right and prudent to take care the society that I founded,  which makes me truly happy and HAPI.  I no longer worry when I travel the world. What else can I ask for? Aptly put, I love what is happening inside HAPI. It is my quiet celebration for my birthday, actually.

Without much bragging, we are truly creating splashes now. Kudos to all HAPI officers and volunteers.

Here is the list for your reading pleasure:

Marissa Torres Langseth, RN, MSN, ANP (Retired)

Chair Emeritus/ Founder/ Chief Mission Officer

Michael Sherman, AICP, Urban Planner
Chairman

Alvin John Ballares
Executive Director / Philippine Affiliation Officer

Edwin Bulaclac Jr
Chief Finance Officer/ Local Fundraiser

Claris Quezon
Executive Secretary/ IP Educator

Kliene Agbayani, Certified Public Accountant

HAPI Auditor
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
HAPI Chapters
(1) HAPI Metro Manila
Lead: Janice Buenaventura
Asst Lead: Kleng Agbayani
Active Program
Basic FSL – with Disney Aguila and Jay Maisel Lardizabal
Laughter Yoga (Mental Health) – with Kates Ante
HAPI Green Movement (Environmentalism)
Umbrella:
(a) HAPI Kids – Alabang
Head: Jamie Del Rosario Martinez
Asst Head: Jhing Dedicatoria
Active Program
HAPI Nutrition Camp
(b) HAPI Pride
Head: Dwengster Bulaclac
Asst Head: Kleng Agbayani
Active Program:
SOGIE 101 – with Side B Philippines and LGBT Pilipinas
HIV/AIDS – in cooperation with LGBTBUS Phil.

(2) HAPI Bacolod
Bryanito Pigilito – ARK Founder and Webmaster
Active Program:
HAPI Homes c/o Art Alvarez
ARK projects Founded by Bryanito Pigilito
Umbrella:
HAPI Jr – Bacolod

Rayd Espeja -Adviser
Ceejay Deriada Pastrana
Honeybunch Lemonade Sabete
Glemir Röyale

(3) HAPI Cebu
Lead: Alain Sayson Presillas
Asst: Arlene Esdrelon
Active Program:
HAPI COMPRE

HAPI-PWD : Agustina Torres and Mira Paslon

(4) HAPI Dumaguete
Javan Lev Poblador
Jon Nichole T. Lapac

(5) HAPI Leyte
Butch Donayre Yu
Margaretha Zelle

(6) HAPI CDO
Johnny L. Denden
Alain Roy Romero

(7) HAPI Iligan -Northern Mindanao
Clarence Ruelos

(8) HAPI Iloilo
John Piermont Montilla
Alfred Sansait

(9) HAPI-Surigao – Nards Go

(10) HAPI Central Luzon
Lead: Filipinas del Valle
Asst: Aytum Alueznelav
Active Program:
Mt. Haduan Literacy Project

(11) HAPI International Community
Co-heads
Mark Richardson – HAPI- Green Movement
Michael Sherman – International Fund Raiser
Marissa Torres Langseth – International Affiliation Officer

(12) HAPI Youth – to represent in HI-Youth
Lead: Javan Poblador

13) HAPI Scholars : Glemir Röyale, Honeybunch Lemonade Sabete -Bacolod

Lhoy Martinez, Mj Martinez Carapatan – Metro Manila

** Still brewing: HAPI-Barili (in Cebu)

HAPI-Baguio ( will reinvigorate)

HAPI-Bicol

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About The Author

Marissa Torres Langseth

HAPI Founder

Chairperson Emeritus/ International Affiliation Officer

Chief Mission Officer

Retired RN, MSN, Adult Nurse Practitioner

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