Ate Honey is an active peace builder and founder of Teach Peace Build Peace Movement. She is a gradaute of Assumption College San Lorenzo with a Degree in AB English. She is an alumna of the Ayala Young Leaders Alliance ( Batch 2003)  and the Outreach Convener and Chair of the Young Moro Professionals Network (YMPN). The YMPN is a group of young Muslim professionals advocating peaceful means to improve the socio-economic well-being of the Bangsamoro people. She is also a Trustee of the Center for Strategic Reforms Philippines that empowers micro, small and medium enterprises for sustainability and greater impact toward inclusive growth, and the youngest member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Multi-Sector Governance Council.

Ate Honey received the Best Individual Award from a Qatar-based group that seeks to improve interfaith understanding and religious tolerance – the DOHA International Center for Interfaith Dialogue. She is the first Filipino to be recognized in the said conference because of her peace building and interfaith work for children and youth. She was also the recipient of the 2013 Emerging Peace Champion Award from the N-Peace Network organized by the United Nations Development Programme. The Award highlights women who empower communities and are exemplary peace builders.