Meet the Minds Behind PVA

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Christine founded and currently operates Philippians Virtual Assistants. An IT professional holding more than a decade work experience in different industries apart from her main domain – business management, general administration, journalism, visual art, publishing, and advertising.

Apart from her background in remote work since 2006, she is not bereft of office-based experience. Christine had resided and worked in Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam for IT and general administration work. Nevertheless, she chose to pursue her primary career path and aimed a little higher – hence, she slowly established a virtual assistant firm.

Christine graduated with a bachelor’s degree in information technology and Magna Cum Laude recognition at STI College. As time went, she was later recognized as a Distinguished Alumni Awardee – Cluster by her alma mater given her professional accomplishments.

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Raymond co-founded PVA and serves as an advisor to the founder in the company’s practice, ventures, relationships, and strategies. A computer engineer whose current practice is in the field of electronics.

Having witnessed the rough yet fulfilling development of the firm, Raymond is a trusted pioneer in sustaining the constancy of the company in different aspects.

He is known for his keen interest in troubleshooting and knack in creating a much simpler approach to problem solving. Raymond believes it is better to work smart than to work hard. He is always recognized for his steadfast fixity at work, as attested by firms he served, including the conglomerate Sony.

Raymond graduated with a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering at Ateneo de Naga University.

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Rhea became a part of the company’s backbone due her significant contribution in PVA’s focused branding and positioning. A business management educatee with a substantial record in leadership beyond the confines of her academy.

Aside from her compelling tenure as the President of her college’s student council and Korean Culture Club for three years, she had managed social events and activities alongside Brunei Darussalam’s Korean Embassy.

Setting aside her professional record, Rhea describes herself as an ambivert, who loves to read, play games, sketch designs, and play the only sport she likes, badminton, during her free time.

Currently, Rhea is taking her Higher National Diploma at Cosmopolitan College of Commerce & Technology in Brunei Darussalam.

 

The aforementioned members of PVA are mere instruments of God in developing and managing the firm.

All is thanks to the Almighty God!