News Coverage

A few weeks ago CUI attended Iloilo’s first ever business summit.  The emphasis was on sustainability so naturally, with our focus on sustainable development in the Metro Iloilo-Guimaras Bioregion, we couldn’t miss it!

This interview happened really randomly and I’m pretty sure I said “should” instead of “shall” but hey, whatever.  I’m just happy they put me by the ad for Mang Inasal, that place is delicious!

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About GBC

I am a student at the Clinton School of Public Service, based in Little Rock, Arkansas, where I am earning my Masters degree in public service, focusing on environmental urban planning administration. This summer I am working with the Canadian Urban Institute's Urban Partnership Program (UPP) Philippines in Iloilo, which brings us to the purpose of this blog - to expand on the adventures and lessons from my life and work with CUI here in the Philippines. I am also interested in building social bridges between the divisions of social class, gender and sexuality, developed and developing nations, and civic, government, and corporate bodies. I am also a lover of espresso, microbrews, public parks, books, travel via CouchSurfing, languages, and meeting new people. On that note, please feel free to message me if the content of this blog perks your interest. Thank you for reading this and I hope to hear from you soon!
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One Response to News Coverage

  1. Ruth says:

    Great to see your picture & name in print! Shall/should…whatever. It’s up for interpretation. Where’s that YouTube of the interview?

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