LIFE-WORK PLANNING CENTER
It is an honor to join Life-Work Planning Center as a Self-suffiency Counselor. I was born and raised in the Philippines and moved here 11 years ago. I have very diverse work experiences. Back home, giving back is a way of life – not just part of life in my culture.
When I moved to the States, I went through many transitions, from moving to a different country, to raising a family, going back to school, going through a divorce, raising my children as a single parent among other things. I hold degrees in Education and Psychology.
Apart from my educational qualifications and life experiences, I bring diversity of experience and thought to the Life-Work Planning Center. I look forward to serving displaced homemakers and women in transition.
I look forward to enhancing LWPC connections in the community through outreach and other services alongside partner organizations.