The Philippine Overseas Labor Office will provide a helpful guide on recruitment and deployment services in the Philippines. This interactive room can help answer your questions – from requirements, what to expect, culture, and who knows – maybe you can find opportunities or meet a potential employer at the conference!


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This panel is scheduled for:

Day 3:  Nov. 6,  7:30-9:00 p.m. ET  (Nov. 7,  7:30-9:00 a.m. Philippines)

Angela Librado-Trinidad

Atty. Angela Librado-Trinidad is widely known for espousing women causes. Also a  staunch advocate for children and workers, this lady lawyer is a mother of four and one  hell of a cook.  

Labatt Angging, as she is fondly called, has been in public service since her youth in  Davao City. At present, she heads the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in  Washington, D.C as its Labor Attaché where she oversees the implementation of all labor  employment programs of the Department of Labor and Employment—all geared towards  protection and empowerment of our Overseas Filipino Workers in the United States and  the Caribbean Islands.


Mae Damole Codilla

Mae Damole Codilla hails from Cebu, Philippines. 

She is a graduate of Bachelor of Arts in Economics at the University of San Carlos in Cebu City. She earned her Master’s degree in Business Administration at the University of San Jose Recoletos in Cebu City.

She has been working with the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration Regional Welfare Office 7 as Division Chief, Programs and Services Division and as the OIC-Regional Director before her current assignment as Welfare Officer of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO)-Washington DC.

She was posted as Welfare Officer of POLO-Madrid, Spain in 2006.

Monique Odono