I am an entrepreneurial experience designer and communications professionalwho specializes in making an impact and leaving a lasting impression.
I currently work as the creative director and managing partner at Archival Toronto, a fashion events start-up. We want to make fashion education more accessible in Toronto, so we premiered two-critically acclaimed fashion documentaries in Canada and created unique highly curated vintage pop-up experiences which generated media attention from the likes of FASHION MAGAZINE, ELLE CANADA, the Globe and Mail, etc.
My desire to make an impact is rooted in my time with the world's largest youth organization: AIESEC, holding held senior leadership roles in the Philippines and Albania where I l developed strategic thinking, empathetic leader and global citizen.
AIESEC allowed me to empower young people from across the globe. With them, I have delivered and chaired conferences in about 20 countries with topics including Leadership, Client Relations, Personal Development, Diversity, Project Planning and Presentation Skills.
I always seek new things and gravitate towards new technology and design. I worked in the booming programmatic industry, designed a capsule collection (w/ GHSTS) and done Fashion Assisting at NYFW and PFW with Raun Larose, Robert Geller and LV.
I am a member of the Canadian Public Relations Society, a certified Freedom Centred Leader by Worldblu and hold a Bachelor of Science in Marketing Management from De La Salle University in the Philippines.