RR Herrera


RR is the cofounder and Chief Startegist of Trainstation as well as the co-founder of Brainstrong Initiative. He has been in the limelight since he was 7 years old. He has starred in over 25 movies and has done numerous ads both for TV and print.

We all loved him as Jun-Jun, the son of Aurora Sevilla and Val Sotto, in the 80’s hit series Agila. Many remember him as the favorite son of the late king of Philippine movies, FPJ, in “Batas ng .45” and “Hindi ka na sisikatan ng araw”. For the  younger ones, however, you probably know him better as one of the hosts of the Sunday children’s show “Eh Kasi Bata”.

He has garnered a FAMAS best child actor award for the movie “Rosenda” starring Janice de Belen and Gabby Concepcion and a Metro Manila Film Fest Best Child performer for “Agila ng Maynila”. He has done a series of TV commercials with Lucky Me Seafood instant noodles, GSM blue with Anne Curtis, Magic Flakes and Tokyo Tokyo Beefy rice Bowls.

He is a BS Management graduate of the Ateneo de Manila University, where he majored in communications technology management. After graduating, he headed several businesses, which involved travel, events, automotive and insurance industries. He is a director of most of his family’s businesses and then became an international corporate trainer, having trained in Indonesia, Hong Kong , Thailand, Dubai, US, Vietnam and Singapore repeatedly.

He has been at the helm of partnerships of Trainstation with companies like, Shell, Toyota, Sitel, the Belo Group of companies, GSIS, DepEd, and PAGCOR to name a few. He has brought his experiences on stage, TV, film into the inception of EnterTRAINment , the brand of Trainstation as they train organizations using Neurolinguistics’ Programming, Applied Neuroscience and Positive Psychology through fun and engagement. He has been helping various communities and organizations who suffered in calamities, war or tragedy through coaching and training.