Pinoy hero helps typhoon victims

Joey Tiberio, Inspiring Travel Executive 

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This Filipino achiever has acted as the facilitator for dnata when his home country was hit by Typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana is international designation), the second most devastating typhoon in the 2009 Pacific typhoon season with a damage of $1.09 billion. 

With Josefino Tiberio, dnata was able to send more than five tons of relief goods in the Philippines. The Emirates have provided the air transportation for free and PAL managed the distribution to the affected sites.

Joey, as he is fondly known, is a senior travel professional who has been widely recognized for being dynamic and highly-dedicated.  He’s presently the Area Manager (GSA) of Philippine Airlines in Dubai and Northern Emirates. He has spent 29 years with over 20 years record of achievement, travel market experience and demonstrated success in the Gulf especially in Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. He has driven multi-million dollar sales growth while ensuring high level customer service standard in highly competitive markets.

Josefino Tiberio Photo with the Ambassador ConGen and ASEC of DOT

Joey (standing, center) with Philippine Ambassador to UAE Grace Princesa (2nd from right) and Consul General Frank Cimafranca ((3rd from right)

Joey’s story was included in a coffee table book Precious Gems in a Desert of GoldRead More: ‘Desert of Gold’ features Filipino leaders in UAE in Rappler. -Back to Home

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IMG_3984THE BLOGGER. Ulysses Espartero is a journalist, historian and book author who traces his roots from two Philippine jewels – Laguna and Antique.  While in Dubai, he enjoyed his expat life documenting the struggles and victories of migrant workers in the Gulf Cooperation Council states. In 2014, he released Precious Gems in a Desert of Gold, the first and only coffee table book about Filipino achievers in the United Arab Emirates. Connect with him on facebook.

 

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