Jermaine Choa Peck is an environmental advocate, musician and actor – a few of the many hats she wears in her colorful life. Life itself and all the magnificent paths it takes her on is her passion. She started her career as the percussionist and vocalist of an indie-band, The Ransom Collective, then dove into the world of theater as part of the ensemble of “Dekada ‘70”, as well as being a commercial model.
Her love for the environment led her to working with the passionate team of The Circle Hostel where her life as an environmental advocate started. She is also part of the founding members of The Plastic Solution and the Tribes and Treks reforestation project in Zambales. Currently, she is based in Zambales and works with Sambali Foundation in helping communities fight against development aggression such as destructive mining and restoring the disrupted ecosystem of the affected farmers and fisherfolk.