The "TIRELESS SUPERWOMAN" - It is how she is described by her community in the Ramon Magsaysay Awards Foundation as their much-loved president. She accompanied a number of government and non-government sectors with her time, talent and cheering character. Her committed work towards social transformation widely expanded to various organizations and institutions such as being the former president of the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), Board Member of the Peace and Equity Foundation, Norfil Foundation, Inc. and the Institute for Leadership, Empowerment, and Democracy (iLEAD). She served hands-on, with innovation and with a heart.
For us, in the Student Catholic Action of the Philippines,
more than a member of the board,
she is and will always be our Tita Carn.
Tita Carn was very instrumental in guiding our leaders in crafting the SCAP Strategic Planning in 2006. It led to the creation of the SCAP operations manual, the four-stage formation program to become a full-fledged SCAn, the national secretariat and the national coordination. She advocated for SCA to remain true to the holistic and spiritual formation of student leaders. She inspired us to adhere to what is honest, just, and compassionate. She was very quick in seeing breakthroughs and opportunities for the movement and the young.
Tita Carn started as a student leader in the Student Catholic Action of Maryknoll College (now Miriam College) during her high school years.
SCAP deeply grieve her passing.
We will miss her presence in our national activities and meetings.
The Student Catholic Action of the Philippines will always pay tribute to her as a
“Woman of Transformative Spirit!”