Celia “Cecile” Paat

I get to meet different people like ambassadors, top executives, foreign students, and, sometimes, even presidents of the Philippines.

Back to Back: Lovely Indonesians at AIM

The moment I return to Indonesia, I’ll enjoy some time with my family, eat the food I’ve missed as much as possible, and catch up on glorious, luxurious, long, undisturbed, quality sleep.

Francesca Sy

Oh my God, what did I get myself into? “I ask myself this question every day, but I always remind myself right after that nothing bad will come out of this experience. I believe that people need to struggle in order to achieve greatness. I did not have a business course back in college. I…

Dr Kenneth Hartigan-Go

  In 2010, I was teaching medicine and was also working for Zuellig Foundation doing social community projects. I left the university & foundation to do a bit of soul searching. During that time, I met Prof Mike Luz. He invited me to join his faculty team. The school was then called Center for Development…

Julian Quimson

I moved back here and my dad suggested AIM. I didn’t want a cubicle job again and it seemed like the right time…

Zeny Menorias

I used to work with students because that is how the store began—through students and for students.

Jade Chuacuco

“I was born in the Quezon province but grew up here in Manila. My dad is Chinese and my mom is Filipino. I went to a Chinese school before but was later transferred to a public school in Tondo. At first, it was a slap in my face and I was hurt because all Chinese…

Francis Gopez

It’s been almost 20 years since I stepped in school, formally. I graduated in 1998 and now it’s 2017…it feels like the first time again.

Jeremy Bedaño

Innovation can happen anywhere, not just in the technology sector.