Dr. Rene Ofreneo, Executive Director
Ms. Mars Mendoza, Deputy Executive Director
Mr. Errol John Ramos, Research and Campaigns Officer
Ms. Paula Mae Tanquieng, Campaigns and Advocacy Officer
Mr. Duane Mendoza, Research, Media and Publications Officer
Ms. Catherine Manzano, Editor

Finance and Administration Team
Ms. Zhee Causo, Administrative Staff
Ms. Janet Tolentino, Accountant
Ms. Betty Capili, Bookkeeper
Ms. Lilibeth Hernani, Cashier

(updated November 2007)


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