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Jenica Beatriz Dizon

Country: Philippines

University: Cranfield University

Course: MSc Water and Sanitation for Development

Jenica graduated from Ateneo de Manila University in 2013 as a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Information Design, double minor in Management and Development Management. Jenica is currently working for Waves for Water Philippines, an international non-profit organisation providing access to clean water to underserved communities, as a Director of Operations. Her roles and responsibilities are:

  • Liaising with various entries ranging from government agencies, no-profit organisations for possible collaborations and managing long term partners
  • Writing proposals and doing presentations for potential partners & fundraisers
  • Implementing projects from design to completion, monitoring and evaluation
  • Preparing status and end of project reports
  • Overseeing day to day operations and ensuring efficiency of administrative and reporting procedure

Upon completion of her MSc Jenica will return home and resume work as a Director of Operations for Waves for Water Philippines, and begin to share the knowledge to her colleagues to help strengthen the organisation.

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