NaFFAA Introduces its Second Class of EPYC Ambassadors

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Today, NaFFAA is proud to announce its second class of nineteen ambassadors to the 2018-2019 Empowering Pilipino Youth through Collaboration (EPYC) Program:

Alyssa De Guzman | Philadelphia, PA

Joan Cadete | Philadelphia, PA

John Matthew Camara | Geneva, NY

Austin Chavez | Richmond, VA

Franz Sandil | Washington, DC

Louis Medel | Washington, DC

Ysabel Sprague | Charlottesville, VA

Marissa Galang | Lexington, KY

Charles Federico | Chicago, IL

Sandy Amorado | St. Louis, MO

Timothy Ramos | Champaign-Urbana, IL

Keala Marie Marasigan | Seattle, WA

Myron Joel Bañez | Seattle, WA

Gabriel Cenizal | Concord, CA

Jasmin Marie Morgia | Sacramento, CA

Aubrey Mamaid |Los Angeles, CA

Natalie Nuesca | Los Angeles, CA

Natalie Bagaporo | San Diego, CA

Caitlin Gatchalian | Las Vegas, NV

The EPYC Ambassadors Program aims to equip young leaders to refine their skills and learn new strategies in order to become stronger advocates and deliver more effective programs and services. Ambassadors will support NaFFAA’s efforts around leadership development, civic engagement, and advocacy, and will help scale and build programs within their campuses and communities. Ambassadors will also gain important knowledge and skills around professional development, networking, Filipino American history, coalition building, and other key areas.