1. What’s your biggest achievement / Something you’re proud of yourself for?
“Knowing my self-worth, knowing who I am and what is important to me in life is what I am proud of. My biggest achievement would be my education. Not everyone is blessed with the same opportunity to receive a formal education, especially for women and girls around the world. I am grateful for that in my life. I am an advocate for a gender-equitable education system that will empower women and girls, give them choices, and the ability to pursue their dreams and turn them into reality.“
2. What’s your biggest fear / something that holds you back?
“Fear would be the Philippine eagle species going extinct within my lifetime. Something that holds me back would be staying in a place that I have outgrown where I am no longer happy, valued, or appreciated.“
3. What’s your biggest contribution / Something you like to share?
“Actively contributing to the next generation of the critically endangered Philippine eagle species via Philippine Eagle Foundation’s conservation breeding program. There is an estimate of fewer than 1000 individuals alive in the wild today. Being a part of this mission to save this species from going extinct has taught me to be resilient, strong, and hopeful.”
4. Fun Facts:
“Became the first woman in history to flight train the Philippine eagle species.”
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