Place of Residence: Cebu City
Political Party: Independent (according to COMELEC list); Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi (according to many accounts/reports)
Terms in office: 0
Tertiary: University of San Jose - Recoletos (BS Chemical Engineering); University of Cebu
- Alliance for National Urban Poor Organizations Assembly, Inc. (ANUPA)
- Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino (BMP)
- Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi
- Koalisyon ng mga Maralita-Cebu Chapter
- Kongreso ng Pagkakaisa ng Maralita-Cebu
- Nasudnong Katawhang Kabus Konpederasyon (NAKABUS)
Vice-Chairman for Visayas, National Anti-Poverty Commission-National Urban Poor Sector Council (NAPC-NUPSC)
Focal person for Cebu, National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC)
FEDERALISM - Pro
STRENGTHENING THE CHRISTIAN FAITH: Her plans include the incorporation of the study of Christianity through the Bible in the curriculums of Philippine schools. Non-Christian faiths will be addressed per region.
FEDERALISM: Her party pushes for the adoption of the Puno federal draft
POVERTY: She advocates for the strengthening of urban poor policies by the process of regionalization
Security of job and strengthening the economic plans on livelihood
FINANCIAL LITERACY: She advocates for people’s awareness on insurance institutions and its benefits
PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE: She advocates for the instituting of people’s participation on good governance from the local to the national level
SECTORAL SOLIDARITY: She advocates for the convergence of sectoral issues and concerns
DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT: Strengthening DRRM awareness among urban/rural poor communities
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