Thursday, April 18, 2013
Juanita Santos Nacu, author of Storytelling. Project heart to heart: A Means to Bridge Generational Gap in post-1965 Filipino Immigrant families, has a degree in Nursing from the University of the Philippines Diliman and a MA in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the Institute of Christian Ministries, University of San Diego, She co-founded the Filipino American Institute of America/FAMILIA under the Diocese of San Diego and has designed and coordinated the annual Filipino Catholic Conferences and Youth Retreats. The 1993-1998 Fellowship from the University of San Diego School of Education helped her obtain her degree in Doctor of Education in Leadership Studies. While at the University of San Diego, she founded the Project Heart to Heart and co-founded the USD Filipino Ugnayan Student Organization. Project Heart to Heart eventually became a non-profit as a community-based gathering of different generations for sharing life experiences stories to bridge generational and cultural gap. In 2006, she received the 2006 Author E. Hughes Career Achievement Award from the School of Leadership and Education Science, University of San Diego.
Biography taken from http://philippineexpressionsbookshop.wordpress.com/tag/juanita-santos-nacu/
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Marie Coronel is excited to be a member of the 10News team, the station she grew up watching. Marie was born and raised in San Diego, and is the proud daughter of Filipino parents. She graduated from Eastlake High School in Chula Vista, and received a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and a Minor in Political Science from California State University, Northridge.
Read more at http://www.10news.com/about/10news-team/marie-coronel
ANAMARIA LABAO CABATO
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PASACAT
Ms. Cabato has been with PASACAT since its inception in 1970. She was a dancer, musician and vocalist through 1983 and is currently the Executive Director. She received a B.S. in Business Administration, Emphasis on Accounting from San Diego State University.
Being born of immigrant Philippine nationals, Ms. Cabato’s experience with Philippine dance enabled her to discover her cultural identity. This further developed her appreciation for the arts in general and thus become an advocate for the arts and the promotion of Philippine dance and music to other second generation Filipino-Americans.
Read more about Anamaria Cabato and PASACAT at www.pasacat.org/about-us/executive-staff
Anthony Sinsay is the Award Winning Executive Chef of BURLAP a top Del Mar Restaurant. A San Diego native and a Filipino-American, Sinsay brings an extensive background in Asian cuisine and passion for eastern flavors to Del Mar’s favorite restaurant. He keeps his focus on ingredient-driven dishes from local farmers, sustainable fishing, and ranchers which employ unique preparation methods and presentation.
He is also a product of the Sweetwater High School District as a graduate of Southwest High!
Check out more about Chef Sinsay at http://www.burlapeats.com/events/meet-chef-anthony-sinsay/.
Check out the cool workshops we have scheduled!
|Art of Filipino Dance|
|Can we talk?|
|Career as a Nurse Practitioner|
|Career as a Dentist/Entrepreneur|
|Career as a Mechanical Engineer|
|Career as a Military Officer|
|Career as a News Reporter|
|Career as a Nurse|
|Career as a Pharmacist|
|Career as a Probation Officer|
|Career as a Social Worker|
|Career as ICE - Border Patrol|
|Career as an Engineer|
|Career as an IRS Special Agent|
|Career in Law Enforcement|
|Filipino American College Students: Successes and Challenges|
|Filipino American History|
|Filipino American Young Leaders Program|
|Financial Aid - Ways to pay for college|
|Pacific Arts Movement|
|Role Modeling -- Project Heart to Heart|
|Transition from Middle to High School|
|Career as a Chef|
Read more about Francine Maigue at http://thepamperedpinay.com/about/