Analiza Perez-Amurao would like to thank her Alma Mater the Philippine Normal University (PNU), the Philippines' National Center for Teacher Education, for the recognition it has accorded her and other alumni during the University's Pagkilala 2014. Pagkilala 2014 was a gathering of the PNU academic community and alumni recognizing the latter for their positive contributions to the society.
The Crime2013 Do More Awards is over. Analiza Perez-Amurao may have landed second; nevertheless, she would like to take this opportunity to thank ALL who voted and campaigned for her. That alone is enough proof that what she's advocating for is worth it. As said during the Rappler interview, doing more is not about one's being at the helm of an organization or being a person of means. Rather, it is about having a heart for service regardless of a person's current situation. Because doing more is, in the end, about making things happen, if only to make a difference.
Analiza Perez-Amurao. An educator, a scholar, and a migrant.
She has taught in various leading universities and conducted seminar- workshops for teachers, students, and corporate employees in the Philippines and in Thailand. In various capacities, she has been involved in numerous academic, corporate training and advocacy activities. For years, she was a department vice-chair in a leading university in the Philippines, a coordinator on separate occasions in two different departments at Mahidol University International College, a researcher publishing articles in various academic venues, a facilitator in different teacher- and corporate- training programs, a scholar presenting papers in international conferences in Asia and in Europe, and an advocate promoting humanitarian and educational causes.
Recognized for her contributions, she is a recipient of major regional, national, and domestic awards and recognition such as the following:
* the 2013 Do More Awards (Finalist)