Atty. Jo Imbong for Senator: Pro-family, pro bono, pro-Ateneo

NAME: Atty. Jo Imbong



  • Born in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon of Ilocano parents.
  • Married to lawyer, Manuel B. Imbong. They have eight children.


  • University Counsel and a Lecturer of the University of Asia andthe Pacific.
  • Faculty Member of the Ateneo de Manila University and the Konrad Adenauer Center for Journalism.
  • Head ofthe Legal Office of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines
  • Consultant to the CBCP’s Episcopal Commission on Family and Life, and the Office on Women
  • Trustee of the Alliance Against Pornography
  • Executive Director of the Family Media Advocacy Foundation
  • Writer for the CBCP Monitor
  • Member of the International Bar Association Media Law Committee.

For her pro bono work in the Family Rights advocacy, Atty. Jo as she is fondly called, is a recipient of the Fr. Paul B. Marx Pro-Life Award from Human life International, and the Blessed Pedro Calungsod Pro-Life Award from His Eminence, Ricardo Cardinal Vidal.

In 2001, she founded Abay Pamilya Foundation, an association of parents and families working for women’s and family rights. In the women’s rights circuit, she is currently Vice- Chair of Professional & Cultural Development for Women Foundation, a private voluntary organization engaged in the training and formation of working women and homemakers.

Today, her passion for pro bono work has inspired her to enter new corridors of advocacy—the Philippine Senate. She believes that the totality and awesome powers of the State are there simply to serve life, family, motherhood, children, progeny, and the common good—“not the other way around.”

Source: Ang Kapatiran Party

About Quirino M. Sugon Jr
Theoretical Physicist in Manila Observatory

2 Responses to Atty. Jo Imbong for Senator: Pro-family, pro bono, pro-Ateneo

  1. Maybelle Padua says:

    I’d like to invite Atty. Jo Imbong to speak about the RH Bill at the Far Eastern University where I teach. I am against the bill. How can I reach her? Could I pelase have her email address and contact nos.
    Thank you.

  2. Tet de Mata says:

    Atty. Jo,

    I”m not a lawyer and I learned that you are into the fight against RH Bill and helping the Catholic Church. There are questions I would truly appreciate if you could enlighten me about.

    The RH Bill has not been passed yet. What law enabled the approval of the RH Bill budget into the DOH budget for 2012? Why can the President, the DOH and the Legislators do that?

    I understand that some local governments were able to give out free contraceptives, vasectomy and ligation because of funds from other countries or the UN. How can we push for a law that could block even the use of funds from other countries/UN from being used for these purposes?

    I know that even if they are able to implement RH Bill, nevertheless, it should not become a law. How can we assure then that they will be unable to do this even if they are able to implement RH 100%? What are we to do?

    Now that RH is in the budget for 2012, how can we block its implementation, both nationally and locally? What should we do?

    I hope that God give you the grace and time to respond. God bless you, Atty. Jo.

    With Jesus and Mary,
    Tet de Mata
    Nov. 20, 2011, 4:31PM

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