Executive Director, Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiatives, Inc.
Mai holds a degree in Masters in Entrepreneurship for Social and Development Enterprises at the Asian Institute of Management. She worked as a researcher of the Frankfurt Institute for Women Research and co-authored the book Ein Traum vom Besseren Leben ( A Dream of a Better Life). She also worked as a research staff of Center for Women’s Resources and authored the publication of Migration of Women: The Social Trade Off. She is also one of the editors of: Women Migration and Reintegration, a book on the research conducted by Atikha on the social cost of migration and the plans for reintegration of migrants in Hongkong and Italy.
She has been an executive director of Atikha for 6 years and has been involved in various researches, module development, and published several books on migration related issues. She is one of the authors of the books Children’s Response to the Challenges of Migration; a Trainers’ Training Manual for school- based Migration Realities and Capacity Building seminar and Ang Migrasyong Pilipino: Mga Kaugnay na Kahalagahan at Kagalingang Dapat Malinang sa Kabataan; Mga Teksto at Banghay Aralin. Ms. Dizon-Anonuevo led the development of the module on Financial Literacy for OFWs and Seafarers and their families. She is the lead editor in the production of the Financial Literacy Trainers Training Manual: Financial Literacy and Addressing Barriers to Reintegration for OFWs and their families. She has been a trainer and facilitator of the Financial Literacy seminar being conducted by Atikha for the last 4 years.
Estrella Dizon Añonuevo
Rebecca L. Malay
Sherwin P. Migriño