Born on March 7, 1994 (27 years old) Ferdinand Alexander Araneta Marcos or Sandro is the eldest among the three sons of Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr. and Atty. Liza A. Marcos. He is followed by younger siblings Joseph Simon and William Vincent.
A true 'kailian', Sandro grew up in Ilocos Norte where he spent his education's formative years, all mostly during his father's time as the Governor of the province. He went to Kids Kollege, Inc. and Padre Annibale School in Laoag City for his primary education.
He then left for the United Kingdom and attended the Worth School - a co-educational Roman Catholic boarding school inside the Worth Abbey, a Benedictine Monastery. (2006 - 2013)
After that, he went to the University of London (September 2013- August 2016) where he finished a degree in BSc International Politics with honors.
To further his studies, he took his Master's degree in Developmental Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science. (2017)
Since 2012, Sandro has been a member of Habitat for Humanity, a non-government organization that betters living conditions of problematic communities. After Typhoon Haiyan hit in 2013, Sandro was involved in relief operations for the locals of Tacloban - providing clean water and food to the affected areas.
August 2014, Sandro took part in charity activities for the homeless and abused children in Bacolod City under the Kalipay Negrense Foundation, spearheading the day to day activities of the participants.
COVID-19 (February 2021- present), Sandro has dedicated much of his time in distributing relief goods, PPEs and medical supplies and other essential needs to his kailians in Ilocos Norte. He also distributed these COVID essentials to hospitals, police and fire stations, government armed forces groups and other frontliner-rich institutions.
Office of the Majority Floor Leader & Exposure to Legislative Work
Sandro is currently working in the Office of the Majority Floor Leader, Congressman Martin Romuladez. In support of the Majority Leader's legislative tasks, he attends plenary sessions, committee meetings and public hearings on proposed legislations.
Back in June 2014, Sandro worked as an intern in the office of his father, then Senator Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos. He was tasked to help analyze drafted legislations, research and evaluate macroeconomic effects it would have on constituents as well as the business implications that would arise from changes in economic policy.
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