Our Staff


Pinky N. Medina, is the recently-appointed Executive Director of Venture for Fund Raising.  She is responsible for supervising consulting, training and research programs, and provides consulting expertise on fund raising planning and implementation. She was previously the External Affairs Officer of Miriam College and specializes in school-based Endowment and Capital Campaigns. She also set-up and managed the school’s fund raising office and served as project coordinator for the Miriam College Endowment Fund Campaign. Pinky also has extensive experience in fund raising from alumni as well as managing volunteers and supporters.

Revelyn S. Relatado joined Venture for Fund Raising as Human Resource and Administrative Manager in March 2005. Her work experience covers non-profit, profit and government organizations. Prior to joining Venture, she was with UNICEF in the Philippines as a Private Sector Fundraising Assistant, then as Sales Coordinator for Product Line & Marketing, for a total of eight years. She also worked as Personnel Assistant for Human Resources & Information Management Systems for the Republic Broadcasting System (GMA-7). She was with the Department of Labor & Employment as a Labor Employment Officer, also for eight years. She has masteral units in Industrial Psychology from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila and in Business Administration from the Philippine Christian University.

Lourdes Marie D. Cortez as Program Manager, works closely with the Executive Director in planning, developing, delivering, and evaluating Venture’s consulting and training programs. Her work includes communication materials development, database management, research, analysis, and report writing. Lourdes is a fresh graduate from UP Manila with a bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Sciences, a transdisciplinary course that integrates Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology. Her desire to work in the development sector was formed during her internships with several NGOs, such as Anthrowatch, Addictus Philippines and Kapatiran Komunidad People’s Coalition (KKPC) where she conducted community fieldwork and information, education & communication (IEC) material development and research.



 


Testimonials

“Our staff gave good feedback regarding the fund training they had last week. and they said it was helpful. As Tiffany would put it ‘a lot of bulbs were popping up during the seminar.’ This would interest a lot of staff especially those who were on scheduled for the next series of training this year.” – broadcasting company executive

Fund Raising Congress Philippines
Reconnect Philippine Giving Portal