Co-Founder / Legal Officer
Claire is one of the five co- founders of Philippine Generations and a second generation Filipino born in London. As a Solicitor by day for Berrymans Lace Mawer, she looks after the organisations legal side of things.
Co founder / Spokesperson
Adrian is a Co Founder of Philippine Generations, a second generation Filipino born in London. Adrian is not new to Volunteering and community work, having been Chair of the KaPaRiz, the Youth arm of the Knights of Rizal from the age of 16. Adrian works in Digital Advertising in his day job and has led many successful teams both professionally and within Philippine Generations since 2007.
Co founder / Treasurer
Mireille is a Co Founder of Philippine Generations, a second generation Filipino born in London and has served as our Treasurer for most of our history. When she's not busy looking after Philippine Generations finances she helps out during 'Philippine Day in schools' for PSHE making Philippine lanterns. By day, she works as an Assistant Accountant at Cutler and Gross Ltd.
Ava is also a new Director of Philippine Generations but once again, definitely not new to our cause. She became a volunteer since 2007 when the 5 directors met her at the Philippine Embassy event just a few months after the organisation was inaugurated. As well as a volunteer she has played many roles within Philippine Generations and currently excels in Volunteering initiatives and outreach. Ava is trainer for VSO (Voluntary Services Overseas).
Co founder / Director
Vincent is a Co Founder of Philippine Generations, a second generation Filipino born in London and has served as Vice Chairman in the past as well as helping out at different events. When he's not volunteering he goes to 'Banal na Pag aaral' and by day he works for Tower Hamlets council.
Mae Magnaye Williams
Co-Founder / School Coordinator / Teacher
Mae is one of the five co-founders of Philippine Generations, previously a volunteer for the Knights of Rizal in the London Chapter she has the drive for community work. Mae grew within Philippine Generations and had been volunteering from the start. She is leading the Filipino Language Classes. When she's not volunteering for PG she runs her own catering business "Pepe's Kitchen" from home and looks after her two children.
Filipino Language Head Teacher
RJ teaches the Filipino language for adults and he also volunteers to at events and initiatives. When he is not volunteering for us, he works for 'Bahay Kubo' Housing Association and Campaigning for Human Rights in the Philippines.
Philippine Generations are made up of volunteers who gives up some of their precious time to help coordinate, organise and make sure our initiatives and projects are met. They are are biggest asset as we all work a team and as a big family.
We have met many people who first came to our events and eventually committed to volunteering.