Member SPOTLIGHT: Bea Galon

Bea Galon is currently the executive assistant of Katie, the Global Orphan Prevention Founder and CEO. She is a virtual assistant that helps Katie to do the things that need to be done in Global Orphan Prevention.

One of the works of Bea is the Gala Auction and Sponsors reachout. She is also working on the Website management and Social Media Content of Global Orphan Prevention.

She has been working in Global Orphan Prevention since March 2023 up until now.

What do people often thank you for?

Thoughtful, easy to appreciate even little things, generous, and caring.

What do you see as your place or purpose in life? How did you come to that conclusion?

My purpose in life is to change for the better and make my family proud of me. I, myself, am not good at everything. That’s why I am willing to learn new things and adapt different knowledge I can gain so that I can be a better person in life, and by these, I can make my family proud of me more.

What’s your favorite aspect about being on the Global Orphan Prevention member? And what are your current duties?

I love reaching out to different people to make a difference too and be involved in a charity like Global Orphan Prevention. I always think that one of the people I get connected to will give us hope and be the hero of the youth we are helping. I am currently an executive assistant of Katie.

If Global Orphan Prevention were to be on the cover of your favorite magazine in five years, what would the story be about?

Global Orphan Prevention is full of kind hearted people/volunteers and is the bridge for those people that need help to reach their goals and dreams in life.

What do you feel have been the important successes in your life? The frustrations?

My important success in my life is graduating in College without failing grades or subjects and having good work. My frustrations before is I’m just an average student and it pressured me because I am not that good in everything and that’s the reason why I think I will not finish my study. I also feel frustrated before because I have been rejected many times when applying for a job and now I surpass all those frustrations and I am now working on the job that I want and love.

What would be your advice to younger generations about learning about causes, getting involved, and doing something about it?

Every time is important, make the most out of it. Treasure every moment in your life as you cannot go back to the past. Know your purpose and dream in life so that you will not waste your time as a young one. As my idol, Jennie Kim said “I would like to say every moment counts for you, so make the time that you spend for your dreams a very special moment, make sure that you do something that you will be happy with when you go back and look at yourself”.

Anything else you want to talk about?

Nothing, that’s all.

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