maria khristine parado community organizer

alberta, canada
Skills:  Has knowledge in Community Organizing  Has knowledge in Peer Counseling and Psychosocial Intervention  Has knowledge in Teaching  Has knowledge in Microsoft Window Server 2003 / 2008

Maria Khristine Dumlao-Parado

Block 1 Lot 1 Villa Magdalena I Camarin Road, Novaliches Caloocan City

E – Mail address: [email protected]

Contact No. +63-9089835740 ,+63-9216296462




To be in position that would cultivate and use all knowledge, I learned to utilize toward continued growth.


Date of Birth                           –    April 25, 1979

Sex                                          –    Female

Civil Status                              –    Married


Summary of Qualifications:


Ø  Community Organizer

Ø  Street Educator

Ø  Teacher

Ø  Event Organizer

Ø  Admin Assistant


Work Experience



v Foundation Officer

Kenram Foundation, Inc.

19th F Citibank Center, 8741 Paseo de Roxas

Makati City

January 22, 2016- Present


v Job Description


• Administer the grants program, including assisting in grant review and awards, monitoring grants in progress, analyzing outcomes/impact and handling inquiries from current and potential grantees.

• Assist in the development of the Kenram Foundation’s collective impact community initiative and offer innovative community solutions.

• Develop and maintain a thorough knowledge regarding relevant community information/trends.

• Assist nonprofits with technical assistance and identify opportunities for ongoing education.

• Track current nonprofit contacts, grant requests, funding amounts received, and key data in database

• Represent the Kenram Foundation at community meetings and collaborations.

. • Analyze and streamline internal processes and procedures, implement necessary changes to maximize effectiveness. Special Programs/Community Initiatives

• Maintain awareness of the changing needs and emerging opportunities in the community as they relate to foundation goals.

• Make recommendations on ways The Foundation can address community needs and develop innovative community partnerships and programming. • • Knowledge and experience in identifying community needs and developing programs.

• Knowledge and experience in outcome measurement and evaluation including synthesizing data. •

Technology skills and ability to learn and adapt quickly to new computer programs.

• Excellent written and oral communications skills, including working with diverse populations

• Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines

. • Commitment to excellence; well-organized; self-motivated.

• Versatile and flexible.

• Critical thinking skills.

• Personal commitment to and involvement in the community.



Community Development Officer

Norwegian Mission Alliance

Mother Ignacia Ave., Diliman Q.C.

March 2, 2015- January 21, 2016


v Job Description


·         identifying community skills, assets, issues and needs;

·         ensuring that local people can express their opinion

·         developing new resources in dialogue with the community and evaluating existing programs;

·         building links with other groups and agencies;

·         helping to raise public awareness on issues relevant to the community;

·         preparing reports and policies;

·         raising and managing funds;

·         developing and implementing strategies;

·         liaising with interested groups to set up new services;

·         mediating in matters of conflict;

·         facilitate training

·         facilitate policy formation

·         planning, attending and coordinating meetings and events;

·         overseeing the management of a limited budget;

·         encouraging organized group to participate in   local government activities;

·         challenging inappropriate behavior;

·         organize local community based organization

·         General administrative duties.



v Marketing Assistant (Part -Time)

Toms World Inc.

Blk 1 Lot 1 Villa Magdalena 1

Camarin Rd. Novaliches ,

Caloocan City

July 28, 2012-  March 2, 2015


Ø  Job Description


·         Safeguard and administer the Clients interests with regard to the successful operation, care and maintenance of the House.

·         To ensure the achievement of the highest standard of catering within the budgeted costs.

·         To ensure the achievement of the highest standards of hygiene, maintenance, security and appearance of grounds and gardens.

·         To be responsible for the detailed administration procedures for the operation of the House, in particular the allocation of accommodation.

·         To control all supplies and purchases in accordance with nominated suppliers.

·         . To provide supervision and cover the duties personally, if necessary, in the absence of any of the staff.

·         To effect arrangements for minor and emergency repairs within a given financial limit.

·   Project Officer

Plan International

4/f Bloomingdale Bldg.

205 Salcedo St., Legaspi Village

Makati City, Philippines

February 2011- June 2012


·         To organize and  capacitate civil society

·         To promote positive discipline in the whole area of Quezon City

·         To enact positive discipline ordinance

·         To conduct orientation on the grass root level, schools, community child rearing, effective parenting and positive discipline

·         Promote non-violent approaches to child-discipline


v Administrative Assistant

National Nutrition Council

Taguig City

July 4 2010- Feb. 28, 2011

Ø  Job Description

§  Encoding of documents

§  Follow up worksheets from the accounting Office

§  Prepare business letter


v Street Educator

Child Hope Asia Philippines

1210 Paco Manila

May 2008- July 2, 2010

Ø  Job Description

§  Basic Literacy and Alternative Education Teacher

§  Teaching Primary Health Care

§  Conduct livelihood programmed with the street Family

§  Psychological Intervention(one on one / group )Counseling with the street kids

§  Facilitate in gathering documents for the children such as ( Birth certificate, baptismal certificate

§  Assisting children on their P.E.P.T ( Philippine Educational Placement Test)

§   Assist children on their check up

§  Family Counseling

§  Facilitate on finding shelter for children

§  Resource mobilizing





v Teacher

Tahanan Sta Luisa Inc.

Capitol Park Homes, Quezon City

March 1, 2006– May 30, 2008

Ø  Job Description

§  Counseling street Girls

§  Teaching Basic Literacy and Alternative Education

§  Facilitate registration for the PEPT exam

§  Facilitate Income Generating Projects

§  One on one tutorial


v Administrative Clerk

Department of Agrarian Reform Program

Quezon City

October 2007 – March 2008


Ø  Job Description

§  Filing / Sorting

§  Assist in Computing leave of absence & tardiness of  employees

§  Xerox / Photo Copy of Documents

§  Does other related works assigned from time to time



v Has knowledge in Community Organizing

v Has knowledge in Peer Counseling and Psychosocial Intervention

v Has knowledge in Teaching

v Has knowledge in Microsoft Window Server 2003 / 2008,


Volunteer Job


·         Area Manager

Good Neighbors International

June –November 2014


Ø              Job description

1.       Provides technical support Field SSD Staffs in ensuring the effective management and services to sponsored children.

2.       Ensure the successful implementation of the Plans through monitoring area or project visits once per quarter or as deemed necessary.

3.       Monitor and assess the effective and efficient implementation of the plans.

4.         Manage overall implementation of Case Management activities and ensure quality and timely submission of the following based on the target and due list provided by the HO:

•           Annual reistration for Sponsorship

•           Annual Child profile

•           Gift Money and Letter (monthly)

•           Annual Child Letter

•           Drop-out reports (monthly)

•           participation photo

•           Direct package

•           Family record update

•           Special gifts purchase


5.         Manage and monitor SPP intervention; from admission, intervention and case closure and ensures timely submission of reports to HO.

6.         Coordinate and establish partnership with government and non-government organizations in the community. As to:

•           Hospitals

•           Pharmacies

•           NGO and other agency’s for networking and partnership

7.         Check and review the distribution plan and Monitor actual conduct of activity and check targets versus actual distributed and or sponsored children who received the goods/items.

8.         Evaluate the overall implementation of the distribution activities.

9.         Review project report output submitted by the SSD and OD Staffs and submit to the HO.

·         Field  Officer

Children International

July – November 2013


Ø  Job description

·         Facilitate sponsored children in writing letters for their sponsor

·         Facilitate in referring sponsor children to gov’t hospitals

·         Facilitate medical check up

·         Facilitate sponsor children in gift giving of sponsors

·         Assist sponsor on sponsor visit

·         Facilitate  youth activities and youth programs

·         Facilitate activities and ensure quality and timely submission of the following based on the target and due list provided by the HO:

·         Annual registration for Sponsorship

·         Annual Child profile

·         Gift Money and Letter (monthly)

·         Annual Child Letter

·         Drop-out reports (monthly)

·         participation photo

·         direct package

·         Family record update

·         Special gifts purchase



Seminar Attended:


v Module Making 2012

v Healing the Healer Training 2012

v Para Legal Training ( Childrens Rights Training) 2011

v Child Protection Policy 2011

v Positive Discipline Training 2011

v Community organizing 2011

v Advocacy and Lobbying Seminar 2011

v Module Workshop 2012

v Development Organization 2011

v E- Learning for Street Children 2010

v Primary Health Care ( 2010)

v Substance Abuse Protection Education 2010

v Alternative  Learning System 2009

v Good Governance 2009

v Substance Abuse Seminar



Educational Attainment:


Level / Year
Masteral Degree

June 2011–Present
–          University of the Philippines-Diliman
–          Community Development

2006 –



–          St. Claire University

–          Philippine Women’s University
–          Bachelor in Elementary Education

–          Communication Arts

–          Better Children of St Claire Montessori –Q.C.
–          High School Graduate

Antonino Bringas Dumlao
A/C Technician & Auto Mechanic
Yolanda Gorospe Romena
Government Employee

Character Reference


·         Ms. Lorna Salem
– Program Manager
FCED-Paco Manila
·         Ms. Bernadette Numbrera


·         Mr. Dick Domingo


·         Ms. Maricris Sis
– Teacher



-Villa Magdalena I Home Owners Association

Unit Head
Tahanan Sta Luisa


Villa Magdalena 1 Subdivision Bgy., 172, Camarin Rd., Novaliches, Caloocan City


Scholar Youth Development Program