The PCNC Peer Volunteer Evaluators

Meet the PCNC Peer Volunteer Evaluators

2019 PCNC Peer Volunteer Evaluator Awardees

The Honorees have joined at least 10 evaluation teams to assess various organizations

Ms. Cristina S. Hangod

Program Consultant

130 Evaluation Teams

Ms. Bernadette N. Yap

Executive Director, Multinational Foundation, Inc.

50 Evaluation Teams

Ms. Anita V. Ogena, CPA

Member, PICPA-Northern M.M. Chapter

50 Evaluation Teams

Dr. Mark Edwin T. Aspra

Faculty Member, De La Salle University - Dasmariñas

30 Evaluation Teams

Ms. Angela Alado-Avelino

Finance Manager, Gerry Roxas Foundation, Inc.

10 Evaluation Teams

Top PCNC Peer Volunteer Evaluators

Peer Volunteer Evaluators with most number of evaluation visits conducted

Ms. Lolita P. Tang, CPA

President, Phil. Assoc. of Management Accountants (PAMA)

Mr. Philip C. Sing

Foundation Head, Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc.

Mr. Marcos T. Lim, CPA

Member, PICPA-Northern M.M. Chapter

Ms. Doris M. Espinosa

Independent Peer Evaluator

Ms. Veronica Ester L. Mendoza

Vice President, Asian Hospital Charities, Inc.

Ms. Nenita A. Luna, CPA

Finance Consultant, San Beda College Benedictine Educational Foundation, Inc.

Ms. Normita L. Villaruz, CPA

Managing Partner, Villaruz, Villaruz & Co.

Ms. Ellen B. De Guzman, CPA

Member, PICPA-Northern M.M. Chapter

Ms. Caridad M. Basila, CPA

Finance Consultant, Concordia Children's Services, Inc.

Ms. Thelma Selga, CPA

Financial & Accounting Officer, Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines

“There is always a feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment every time I finish an evaluation. I know another NGO has been benefitted, and, in turn, it will further benefit the community it serves.” – Ms. Joaquina s. Jamias, Executive Director, WS Family Foundation
“Volunteering brings benefits to both, the society at large and the individual volunteer, a wonderful experience for a PCNC evaluator.” – Mr. Aquino I. Garcia, De La Salle University – Dasmariñas
“Being a PCNC volunteer evaluator has always been a challenging yet fulfilling role for me. The uniqueness of the programs of the organizations I visited provided me with additional knowledge and appreciation of the role of PCNC.” – Ms. Tita Evasco-Branzuela, PhD, Vice-President, Academic Division, San Beda College
“When an organization is able to recognize the things that need to be cleaned up in its systems and procedures and is also able to see the direction it would want to take to help its beneficiaries, then, the PCNC evaluation visit has already succeeded .” – Ms. Renee Dames-Bayangos, Freelance Consultant
“We feel happy seeing that there are very good people around us sharing themselves in the spirit of service and in the service of the Spirit. Indeed, we do this all for the greater glory of our Creator.” – Mr. and Mrs. George and Noemi Villaruz, CPAs
“Were it not for NGOs and their programs, I cannot imagine where our Country – particularly the poor and marginalized sectors of our society – would be today. I am glad that PCNC plays a big role in raising the standards of NGOs. I am always glad to be a volunteer of PCNC” – Ms. Victoria Segovia, Program Manager, Environmental Studies Institute, Miriam College Foundation