Sana Sta. Ana

Sana Sta. Ana is my batchmate from grade school and high school. We went to Institucion Teresiana, which later became Poveda Learning Centre, and which is now known as St. Pedro Poveda College.

Sana is an entrepreneur. She is a creative person who seeks to bring out the artisan in all of us. Hence, her line of ArteSana products. Her very first product offering is the Passport Travel Journal which allows travelers to document their journeys in a quick, easy, but still personalized manner. If you would like to inquire about her products and place wholesale and corporate orders, please e-mail her at

I will always be grateful to Sana for coming to the book launch and for getting copies of my book also. She has also written a review of the book in her multiply site. Please check it out. You can also visit the other sections of her blog to learn more about her products, her various activities, and about different facets of her interesting personality and life.

Sana is also very active in an international NGO called All Together in Dignity Fourth World Philippines. This NGO helps families living in extreme poverty. For every product that you buy from Sana, a portion goes to ATD. You can visit the ATD website to learn more about its objectives and programs. Ms. Nina Lim-Yuson, President of Museo Pambata, who so kindly helped me out with the book by writing a testimonial for it, is likewise active with ATD, together with Sana. I actually met Nina through Sana and am also grateful for that.

So, if you are looking for a worthy cause to support or if you are looking to purchase products which will allow you to give, not only to your friends, but to total strangers who will never be able to repay you for your kindness, do check out Sana’s multiply site.

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