Vianca Anglo is a project coordinator, data analyst, and community trainer with expertise in policy and data analysis, education, disaster risk management, business management, and public health. Currently, she is the Board Representative for Mental Health and Urban Poor in the United Nations Youth Advisory Board. She is a tech enthusiast, feminist, and a community leader.
Most of her projects were accomplished for internationally accredited organizations in empowering local government unit capacity in health crises, fully capacitating public school teachers, and providing opportunities in strengthening digital capabilities to grass root communities. Vianca hopes to imbibe the principles and purposes of community spirit to ensure peace, dignity, and equality on a global and national scale.
Her portfolio includes presentations at multinational and national events, reports on analysis of non-government data on education, role of data in the 21st century, status of global health, and anti-corruption. She plans to initiate programs for digital literacy among indigenous people in communities who are vulnerable to unemployment and who are deprived from quality education. She is most passionate in giving opportunities to learn and to introduce the exciting world of computers, data science, and the global digital economy.