2020 Wishes From the HAPI CFO

Posted by ADMIN01 | Posted on January 3, 2020

2020 Wishes From the HAPI CFO
December 29, 2019 10:49 PM (+8GMT)
San Juan, La Union, Philippines

 

The year that was… 2019 – a year which truly tested patience, temperament, and resounding resoluteness to outwit and overcome seemingly magnanimous obstacles and obfuscations.

2019 was also a year which strengthened bonds of family and friendship. A true testament to how we overcame a lot of adversities is the fact that we remain committed to each other and how our true loyalties shined through.

Love prevails no matter what. That is what strengthens everything we look forward to in 2020.

And we will indeed prevail. Beyond the trivialities of life’s whimsical ways, we will achieve glory days.

I remain,

Edwin “Dweng” Bulaclac Jr.
HAPI Chief Finance Officer and Head of Branding

Welcome 2020!!!

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About The Author

Dee Bulaclac

An NGO practitioner for almost two decades, Dee Bulaclac is a humanist and equal rights advocate who wants to promote critical thinking skills through education, civilized discussions and having a resolute voice in the darkness. Currently he is also HAPI’s Chief Finance Officer and Brand Specialist.

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