Emmeline is a graduate of Mapua Institute of Technology Intramuros (August 2008). For years, she has served actively for the architecture student council and organizations. Inspired by her professors, she explored the meaning of Sustainable Design while still in college. After graduating as one of the College Dean’s Awardees, her apprenticeship included training with Green Architecture professionals. A few of her apprenticeship works were featured in local magazines and TV shows. After 2 years of apprenticeship in Sustainable Architectural Design, Small-scale Project Management, and LEED Building Accreditation involvement, she took the January 2011 Architecture Licensure Exam and bagged 2nd place.
Emmeline has served as the Associate Editor for the UAP Post FY 2011-2012 (the National Organization Newsletter of the United Architects of the Philippines) and has been appointed as the UAPGA (UAP Graduate Auxiliary) Chairperson FY 2012-2013. She has served as Special Projects Commissioner of the UAP-Quezon City Chapter and was awarded the Most Outstanding New UAP Member Award at the UAP National Convention 2013.
On the lighter side, Emmeline is a foodie and lifestyle enthusiast. She enjoys movies, books, photography and travels on impulse.