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Ann Angala

Ann Angala assumes the role of Executive Director for Hemophilia Advocates-Philippines (HAP), a non-government organization that helps people with bleeding disorders.

Hemophilia and bleeding disorders are a group of medical conditions where the blood clotting capacity is compromised due to the lack of protein called factors and if untreated, may prove fatal.

Angala is no stranger to humanitarian organizations. She was former communications head of a charity that fights human trafficking and is a staunch advocate against domestic violence.

She is an alumna of the University of the Philippines, Diliman; has a certification in Special Education and a former student of Ateneo’s Center for Family Ministries (CeFam).

She is former artist manager for acts like the Eraserheads, Bamboo, The Dawn, ASIN, Barbie’s Cradle and Jireh Lim.

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