PCC welcomes its Project Coordinator of the Canadian Heritage-funded project, “Capacity Strengthening of the PCC in Governance, Linkages, and Partnerships Building”. In her role, Ethel is responsible for mobilizing volunteers in organizing and implementing the activities under this project. Some of these activities are training for the PCC Board and its committees on governance, advocacy, fund-raising, and building partnerships and linkages, organizing public forum on issues relevant to the Filipino-Canadian community and other immigrant organizations, membership campaigns, volunteer mobilization and training, joint organizing of activities with other organizations.
Ethel is an experienced development professional with work experience in Canada, the Philippines, Nepal and Papua New Guinea. Her organizing, coordinating, training, and project management skills make her highly qualified for the Project Coordinator role. Her work experience with the Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) Canada, World University Service of Canada, and the British Volunteer Service Organization (VSO) equips her with the knowledge and expertise in recruiting, training, and mobilizing volunteers for PCC. Ethel has post-graduate studies in Social Psychology. She is currently pursuing a Master’s program with the Providence School of Transformative Leadership and Spirituality at Saint Paul University.
Welcome to PCC, Ethel!