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Putri
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Putri is the co-founder and President of Colloquim Anima, a global non-profit organization that aim to provide moral knowledge and enforces equality in each sense of the term is essential for each person to be at their best. She is a Youth Ministry Director at the Mississauga Filipino Seventh-day Adventist Church, as well as a Young Women Ministry Associate at the Ontario Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a cross-sector religious advisory committee aimed at enhancing collaboration across the young women and leadership sectors to address young women’s most pressing issues. Putri was named one of National Student Network’s National Young Leader, is an International Public Relations Officer at Article 25, and a Project Team Member of the National Youth Advisory Committee at CAMH Foundation.

Previously, Putri worked as a Speaker’s Committee Officer with TEDxScarborough and co-chaired a social responsibility board with Campus Vibez. She assisted in the operations of superintendent projects with Mississauga Filipino Seventh-day Adventist Church. In public education, Putri served as Typhoon Haiyan Campaign chairperson to the Peel District School Board, and operated the Rick Hansen Secondary School Science Club. She has written for a recognized Canadian university website, and research assisted their multiple research projects including Social Neuroendocrinology Laboratory, Research on Neuroscience Laboratories, and Organic and Medicinal Chemistry Research Laboratory. Putri represented her institution at Science Expo in Mississauga, served on a teaching assistant position to Applewood’s Satellite School, and coordinated multiple Canadian youth mental health movements to the National Youth Advisory Committee in Toronto, ON.

Putri has spoken at Science Expo and Mississauga Filipino Seventh-Day Adventist Church, and been published in multiple recognized websites. Putri is completing her studies in Canada where she specializes in biological sciences, and serves as a Research Assistant to the mentioned research laboratories of the Arts and Science in Humanities and Sciences Faculty.

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