Volunteer Evaluator

Volunteer Peer Evaluators

The Volunteer Peer Evaluators are development experts and professionals who are trustees or senior officers of PCNC-accredited organizations. Our Finance experts are mostly CPAs who are members of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). They generously share their knowledge and experience to support PCNC. Without the Volunteer Peer Evaluators, PCNC would not be able to do its work.

2021 Volunteer Peer Evaluator Awardees

Christina S. Hangod, RSW

Independent Volunteer Evaluator
150 Evaluations

Ellen B. De Guzman, CPA – PICPA Member

Northern Metro Manila Chapter
125 Evaluations

Maria Christina Josefina B. Ocampo, CPA – PICPA Member

Southern Metro Manila Chapter
75 Evaluations

Michelle A. Dela Cerna, CPA – PICPA Member

Cebu Chapter
50 Evaluations

Rina G. Gloriani, CPA – PICPA Member

Cavite Chapter
50 Evaluations

Camille C. Buenaventura

Independent Volunteer Evaluator
25 Evaluations

Fe G. Canta, Finance Director

Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA), Inc.
25 Evaluations

Rebecca C. Minodin, CPA – PICPA Member

Northern Metro Manila Chapter
25 Evaluations

Jude C. Trinidad

Independent Volunteer Evaluator
25 Evaluations

Maria Lourdes G. Arroyo, CPA – Finance and Administration Manager

Caucus of Development NGO Networks
25 Evaluations

Danilo M. Cerence, Assistant Vice President

Aboitiz Foundation, Inc.
25 Evaluations

Florencia S. Gorospe, CPA – PICPA Member

Northern Metro Manila Chapter
25 Evaluations

Javier C. Caliguia Jr., CPA – PICPA Member

Southern Metro Manila Chapter
10 Evaluations

Luz Arlyn S. Chavez, Human Resource Officer

Immaculate Concepcion Academy, San Juan City
10 Evaluations

Volunteer Evaluators Conducted 100 or more Evaluations

Lolita P. Tang, CPA – PICPA Member

Northern Metro Manila Chapter

Cristina S. Hangod, RSW

Independent Peer Volunteer Evaluator

Ellen B. De Guzman

CPA – PICPA Member, Northern Metro Manila Chapter

Doris M. Espinosa

Independent Volunteer Evaluator

Philip C. Sing

Foundation Head, Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc.

Quotes from VPE

There is always a feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment every time I finish an evaluation. I know another NGO has been benefitted, and, in turn, it will further benefit the community it serves.

Ms. Joaquina s. JamiasExecutive Director, WS Family Foundation

We feel happy seeing that there are very good people around us sharing themselves in the spirit of service and in the service of the Spirit. Indeed, we do this all for the greater glory of our Creator.

Mr. and Mrs. George and Noemi VillaruzCPAs

Being a PCNC volunteer evaluator has always been a challenging yet fulfilling role for me. The uniqueness of the programs of the organizations I visited provided me with additional knowledge and appreciation of the role of PCNC.

Ms. Tita Evasco-Branzuela, PhDVice-President, Academic Division, San Beda College

When an organization is able to recognize the things that need to be cleaned up in its systems and procedures and is also able to see the direction it would want to take to help its beneficiaries, then, the PCNC evaluation visit has already succeeded.

Ms. Renee Dames-BayangosFreelance Consultant

Volunteering brings benefits to both, the society at large and the individual volunteer, a wonderful experience for a PCNC evaluator.

Mr. Aquino I. Garcia,De La Salle University – Dasmariñas

Were it not for NGOs and their programs, I cannot imagine where our Country – particularly the poor and marginalized sectors of our society – would be today. I am glad that PCNC plays a big role in raising the standards of NGOs. I am always glad to be a volunteer of PCNC

Ms. Victoria Segovia, Program ManagerEnvironmental Studies Institute, Miriam College Foundation