The AD/HD Society of the Philippines–a non-profit organization composed of medical doctors, members of the academe, SPED practitioners, parents with children with ADHD, and adults with ADHD – has elected new members to its Board of Trustees and officers for 2021-2022.
Elected president is Ana Marie Aluzan-Aran, a marketing and PR Strategist and editor-in-chief of food business website www.dineph.com. A managing partner for Courage Asia and adjunct faculty of Enderun Colleges, she is a mom to a 20-year-old son diagnosed with ADHD Combined Type.
Bernadette Jeavian Tabares (Treasurer), is a full-time homemaker and president of the Antipolo Chapter of Autism Society of the Philippines (ASP). She is a mom to a 17-year-old son with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a daughter who is deaf and another son with ADHD Inattentive Type.
Johanna Olegario-Gabano (PRO), is the finance and administrative head of family-owned business, SAILE Industries and mom to a 15-year-old son diagnosed with ADHD Combined Type.
Andrew Dominic Pe (Secretary) is a study coach at Project Pond as well as tutor and life coach to high school and college students with ADHDand/or ASD. He had his Training Development and internship at St. Luke’s Medical Center. He is a graduate of the University of the Philippines and has been diagnosed with ADHD Combined type.
Fiel John Meria (Conference Chair) is a life coach, a study coach and a Special Education Teacher for teens and adults diagnosed with ADHD. He has been diagnosed with ADHD Combined Type.
Other members of the board are Maria Rosalia Perena-Abaya (Vice President), Christine Sipalay Nobleza (Auditor), Manuel de Guzman and Joy Marinas.
For more information about the AD/HD Society of the Philippines, visit the website
www.adhdsocphils.org. You may also call at (02) 8475 8797 or 0905 390 6451 or send an email at [email protected]
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