When was the very first time you thought of wanting to become an educator and a communications professional?

My exposure as news editor in The Lazette and as editor-in-chief of the Filipino-language Habagat magazine motivated me to pursue a career in communications and/or journalism.

What made you decide to become an educator and a communications professional?

My mentors in LSGH inspired me to share knowledge and to engage with students. Knowing what’s happening globally and how this information is communicated publicly inspired me to pursue a career in communications.

How did it occur to you that your profession is your calling?

I think it stops being a profession and becomes a calling when you enjoy the things you do for a living.

How do you discern and live out the Lasallian core values of faith, service, and communion in your chosen vocation?

Having a strong core value of faith allows me to be more resilient when tested and survive tense situations in the workplace. Teaching is the epitome of being a servant and I am thankful for the opportunity to be of service via St. La Salle’s mission of teaching.

How will you promote to your fellow young Lasallians the vocation that you have chosen? What advice can you give them?

Try to pursue a vocation that you relish and a profession that gives you a secure future.