Victor Pineda is a retired public service executive who used to work with the City of Seattle and King County. Entrenched in the local community in the Pacific Northwest region, Vic also served in civic and voluntary causes, as recently as a mentor for a local public elementary school in the Western Washington area and leadership roles in Filipino-American affairs in the region. He founded the Filipino-American Civic Employees of Seattle (FACES), which continues to serve the interests of Filipino-Americans in the Seattle area. His earlier years were spent as a student at the Ateneo de Manila and as a long-time resident at Fort McKinley (now Fort Bonifacio/Bonifacio Global City) where his father served in the Philippine Armed Services. As a recent retiree, he spends his time with his family in the Seattle-Bellevue area in Washington State and often visits the Manila area for frequent reunions with classmates and friends, or just to relax and hang out.
While in Manila, he stays at one of two condominiums (this being one of them) in the Bonifacio Global City and has a vested interest in ensuring the respectability of the place, the maintenance, well-being and safety of his residences. Sustaining the quality of this residence is a paramount concern and we welcome visitors who share the same interest. The unit is administered and maintained by his nephew Kevin and when Vic or his wife is not in the Philippines, Kevin has administrative and maintenance rights over this condominium. Kevin himself used to work in the IT industry and is computer-savvy and now runs a family business with his wife. Contact information for Vic and Kevin will be provided upon inquiry. Thank you for your interest.