Concordia Children's Services, Inc. Staff - Chrismas 2016
Chrisler Go, Executive Director
Chrisler Go has over 10 years experience as a licensed social worker. He completed his Master of Science in Social Work degree at Asian Social Institute in 2015 and completed his undergraduate study with honors at University of Manila.
He is honored to serve as the Executive Director of Concordia Children’s Services. He asks for your kind prayers and support for both he and our dedicated staff. He invites all of our donors and friends to come and get aquainted as well as visit the babies and meet the children who are part of the sponsorship program as they come for tutoring and sports.
Caridad Basila, Administration and Finance Officer
Ms. Caridad Basila, is CPA who joined CCS as an accountant on a part-time basis. Carie, as she is fondly called by her friends and colleagues, is a full-time accountant of another child caring NGO for more than 17 years now. CCS is very blessed to have her. She has started to hasten, improve and computerize the CCS’ accounting system.
Angelique Vico, Social Worker
I am Angelique Dela Rosa Vico, a Registered Social Worker, graduated from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (University of the City of Manila). My dream is to become a case worker. I’m grateful that I’m now part of the CCS team. My work is my passion. It goes around the pre-adoption process of the abandoned, neglected, orphaned, surrendered, and foundling children until they are unified with their permanent loving families.
I feel blessed and fulfilled as a Social Worker of the little angels in our home. Giving them the best care and welfare is our aim. Touching their lives by ensuring their bright future is my mission. My passion will continue to kindle until they reach the loving arms of their forever family.
Hazel Juanico, Community Worker
I am Hazel C. Juanico, graduated from St. Joseph’s College, Quezon City with a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Community Development. I have been at Concordia Children’s Services, Inc. since 2000. From 2000 until 2005, I was an educator. I conduct tutorial sessions and other activities with the urban poor and street children including basic literacy, values and health education, arts and recreation. I assist also children with their subjects to reduce retention in their grade level and prevent drop-outs.
At present, I work as a Community Worker of the program. My duties and responsibilities include identifying the children who can qualify to the program, monitoring the school performance of the children in coordination with the school teachers and assisting in the recruitment of sponsors for the children’s educational needs.
It is a blessing to work with the children at CCS. I am always happy to see them progress in their studies most especially when the children graduate.
Princess Romero, Social Worker
I am Princess Lorainne S. Romero, “Cess” as they call me, a BS Social Work graduate from University of the Philippines Diliman. I work hand-in-hand with Hazel Juanico, Community Worker, in the Program for Urban Poor Children. I will be in charge of writing the case studies of the children, monitoring and documenting their progress, and conducting interventions that will further enhance their social functioning such as counseling, group work activities and trainings.
I am humbled by the privilege of being a part of the Concordia family. The organization’s commitment to give hope to children and surround them with a loving atmosphere further kindles my heart of service for them. Indeed, our work here in Concordia is not just a profession but a mission – a mission where passion and purpose meet.
Marites Malvas, Cashier/Administrative and Program Assistant
I am Marites J. Malvas and I graduated from Seminary/Bible School in 2005 with a Bachelor of Theology. After graduation, I was hired as the secretary for CCS and early this year, I was assigned to be the Administration and Program Assistant and Cashier. I am responsible for communications and donations, including filing documents, updating donors’ list, inventory of donations and cashiering.
I have truly fallen in love with the children at Concordia. Seeing their smiling faces everyday inspires me. I have seen and felt the mission, vision and goals of this institution, the desire for every child to have their own “forever families.”