Recipient of the 2015 Regent's Medal for Excellence in Teaching, Pia Arboleda is Director of the Center for Philippine Studies and Coordinator of the Filipino and Philippine Literature Program at the University of Hawai''i at Manoa. She holds a Doctor of Arts degree in Language and Literature. She produces multi-media bilingual materials on folklore and indigenous culture; and is a Filipino <> English translator.
Clemen C. Montero is the Educational Specialist at the Center for Philippine Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM). She teaches both the Ilokano and Filipino/Tagalog languages - Ilokano and Filipino Language and Literature Programs, UHM and Filipino Instructor with the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. She is also a Certified Berlitz Instructor, a method of teaching presented in a conversational style based on listening and speaking in the target language. It was introduced in 1878 and over time has become the standard for language learning.
Rovie Jay Dacumos
Angela Christie Mastrile
Markee is a Baguio native and San Francisco transplant majoring in Biology and Filipino. Besides being a pre-medical student, he is also currently the Ingat Yaman for the Katipunan Club. He joined the Center for Philippine Studies this year and spearheaded a webinar on the West Philippine Sea. He is also one of the organizers for a student-initiated virtual conference aimed at addressing the issues faced by the Filipino diaspora.