Faustine Luell ‘Paji’ Tupas Angeles is a 29-year-old sports enthusiast and social media influencer who founded Pedal for HIV in 2015 as a vehicle to spread awareness. Paji used his passion for sports to promote HIV advocacy and reduce stigma towards people living with HIV through cycling and running events. He is also a member of the International Aids Society--a community of scientists, advocates and policy-makers revolutionizing the global AIDS advocacy.
Faustine is one of this year's Ripplers, 20 individuals nominated for their remarkable contributions and impact to eradicate HIV and AIDS epidemic in the Philippines and Asia.
Join in honoring Faustine and the rest of the Ripplers at the Love Gala on December 1. Purchase tickets now and celebrate World AIDS Day in a night of style and solidarity at the BGC Arts Center, with a red carpet welcome, celebrity performances, fashion show by top designers, and an exciting after party.
Attendees will also be part of a historic moment when the Love Gala unveils the 10 winners of the first-ever Ripple Awards, chosen from the top 20 Ripplers after a careful screening process by judges that include top officials from UNAIDS and World Health Organization.