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ABOUT US

AFAA is a public, non-profit organization established to preserve, promote, and enhance Filipino culture through education and cultural arts, and to provide community assistance and recreation for those living in Austin, Texas and surrounding areas.

 

AFAA looks forward to serving the Filipino community through charitable work, support services, and love for our culture.

VOLUNTEERING

Volunteers are the lifeblood of AFAA.  We are a 100% volunteer-driven organization.  All the events, activities, classes, are made possible with the valuable contributions of our officers, Board of Directors, and you.  To help AFAA continue to provide to our local community we need volunteers.  Get involved and fill out our volunteer form today!

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OFFICERS (2020-2021)

President, Gerry Villaverde

Vice President, Bong Dejillo

Secretary, Vienna Micaelson

Treasurer, Gemma Victoriano-Redmon

Auditor, Tonee S.C.

Sgt. at Arms, Bruce Redmond

Sgt. at Arms, Jay-R Torres

Public Relations, Rubina Moak

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Susan Fifer

Tess Abbott

Marites Johnston

Efren Mercado

Betty Flores

FIL-AM GROUP LEADERS

CONTRIBUTORS

Ruby Foroneas, Education (Tagalog)

Jhonny Marcano, Educatino (Spanish)

Ryan Tejero (Media)

ADVISORS

FIL-AM GROUP LEADERS

CONTRIBUTORS

AFAA Dance Group, Maritess Johnston

AFAA Youth Group, Dr. Hanzy Bustamante

PNA ATX (Philippine Nurses Association), Malou von Ohlen

FYP - Filipino Young Professional, Jenn Penano

FACC - Filipino American Catholic Community, Ms. Neriza Nieto

FEAST Central Texas, Tonee S. C.

TPOG - Tropang Pinoy Original Group, Atty. Felicito Guiab

2000 Hail Mary Prayer Warrior, Bong Dejillo

River Life Chuch, Rela Manigsaca

Ruby Foroneas, Education (Tagalog)

Jhonny Marcano, Education (Spanish)

Ryan Tejero (Media)

ADVISORS

Romeo Albornoz

Atty. Marc Cayabyab