Potre has been serving as a consultant with the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos on Peace Programs and Other Special Concerns from 2010 until January of this year, 2012. She has also served as an educational consultant in academic institutions in her hometown and including the Office of the City Mayor of Marawi. Of late, she is the Lead Consultant in the Making of the Terms of Reference for the Review to Enhance Muslim Education Initiatives of the Department of Education, Philippines. Potre received a PhD major in Educational Management in 2006 from the Mindanao State University. She has rich experience in youth mentorship, community development and is an active peacebuilder in the Philippines. In 2005, she was a Fellow of the British Council Seminars at the University of Durham, UK. She joined the 2011 Philippine Delegation to the 55th Session on the UN-Commission on the Status of Women in New York, USA. In October 2012, she read a paper on “Dialogue About and Between Faiths in Migrant Communities: Engagement beyond Tolerance” at the 7th Asia-Europe Meeting - Interfaith Dialogue (ASEM-IFD7) hosted by the Philippine government in Manila. Potre is eager to expand and deepen her commitment to interfaith bridge-building in her position the URI Senior Representative to The Philippines. With a firm belief that peace is indeed possible, she holds a confident and bright vision that grassroots interfaith cooperation can bring positive change, and she looks forward to working with leadership in the SEA-Pac region in building a vibrant future. She will work in Metro Manila.
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