Not too late for International Women’s Month : The Women Leaders in HAPI

Posted by admin | Posted on April 4, 2016

Marissa Torres Langseth, RN, MSN, ANP
 HAPI Founding Chairperson
Member, BOT- Godless Grace Foundation
Founder, PATAS and BATAS
based in NYC, USA

Jennifer C. Gutierrez, MS in Chemistry
HAPI Executive Director
Environment and Climate Reality Leader
based in Manila, Philippines

Jahziel Tayco Ferrer, MS Ed.
Assistant Executive Director
Humanist Educator
based in Cavite, Philippines

Danielle Hill, AB Foreign Service Major in Diplomacy
IHEYO Secretary
HAPI Youth Affairs Director
based in Manila, Philippines

Leilani Angel, MS Ed
HAPI-PRO
A Harvard Graduate
based in Hawaii, USA

Lucille von Hoersten aka Braveknight Apo DeltaDelta, Artist
HAPI-Leyte Lead Convener,
based in Germany

Sonia Lariosa
HAPI-Sorsogon Lead Convener
based in Sorsogon, Philippines


Jamie del Rosario Martinez
HAPI -Nutricamp Admin
HAPI-Project Implementor
HAPI-LGBT Rep in Manila, Philippines
based in Alabang, Philippines                                                                                                         

Mutya Valenzuela
HAPI – Singapore Lead Convener
based in Singapore

Judah Atha Luta
HAPI-UAE Lead Convener
based in Dubai, UAE

Leoni Erica Tayamen, BS Biology, Major in Human Biology
Chief HAPI I and P Community Pages
Administrator
based in Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

           

               Merushiko Abines
              A HAPI Climate Reality Volunteer
              HAPI  community page Admin
              based  in Quezon City, Philippines

Rebecca Tandug ,MA Social Science
HAPI-Aklan Lead Convener
Climate Reality Leader
based in Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines

Cyra Mae Castillon – BS Environmental Science
HAPI-Cagayan de Oro Lead Convener
Future Lawyer
based in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines

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