FANHS Metro NY
 

Welcome

Welcome to the Filipino American National Historical Society Metropolitan New York (FANHS MNY) Chapter’s new website! FANHS MNY is dedicated to promote understanding, education, enlightenment, appreciation and enrichment through the identification, gathering, preservation and dissemination of the history and culture of Filipino Americans in the United States. Learn about the history of Filipino Americans in New York City, as told by Emmy-nominated journalist Ernabel Demillo and Asian American Life:

Mission

The mission of the Filipino American National Historical Society shall be to promote understanding, education, enlightenment, appreciation and enrichment through the identification, gathering, preservation and dissemination of the history and culture of Filipino Americans in the United States.

Chartered

The Metropolitan New York Chapter was organized March 5, 1990, chartered February 13, 1991, and covers the state regions of Southeastern New York and Western Connecticut.

 

Current FANHS Metro New York Board (2019-2021)

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President: Isabella Villacampa

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Vice President: M Marbella

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Secretary: Noel Aglubat, P.E.

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Treasurer: Dolly Fernandez

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Cecile Sison, PhD

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Lorial Crowder, MSW

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Joey Tabaco

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Xenia Diente

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Emilie Tumale

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Communications Co-Chair:
Michelle Amor

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Denise Aquino

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Communications Co-Chair: Emily Supil

 

JOIN FANHS METRO NY!

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By becoming a member of the Filipino-American National Historical Society Metro NY Chapter, you will be supporting the understanding, education, documentation and appreciation of the history and culture of New Yorkers of Filipino experience.

Our flagship events typically occur during Filipino American History Month, with opening and closing ceremonies hosted by the Chapter, and other events that we co-sponsor with community partners. Membership includes discounted rates to our occasional paid events, advance notice of upcoming events and programming, and a qualification for discounts to the biennial conference.

Our membership dues are allocated to overhead costs for promotional materials and nominal administrative needs, and also for our events (space rental, refreshments, occasional honorariums for special guests) which we generally aim to keep free to the public. As a chapter of the Filipino American National Historical Society, we are a 501c3 nonprofit, and your membership fees are deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Membership fees are as follows:

Student: $10.00
Senior: $10.00
Individual: $30.00
Family: $45.00
10-year membership: Individual: $100.00
10-year membership: Family: $250.00
Lifetime Membership: Individual: $300.00
Lifetime Membership: Family: $350.00