Board of Trustees & Project Management
Board of Trustees
DR. PAUL DUMOL
Dr. Dumol is a Full Professor teaching of History at the University of Asia and the Pacific and once served as its Vice President for Academic Affairs. He studied at the University of Navarre, Pamplona, Spain, where he received a Master of Arts in Liberal Arts specializing in Philosophy. He finished his doctoral studies in Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto, Canada. He was a recipient of the distinguished Gawad Rizal 2012 conferred by the National Historical Commission. He lectures on history and citizenship for the CETS program.
ATTY. GREGORIO B. AUSTRAL
Atty. Austral is a law practitioner and currently the Dean of the College of Law at the University of Bohol. Aside from being a lawyer, Atty. Austral is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) when he passed the licensure exam in October 1996 and even topped the Real Estate Broker exam given by DTI in 2003. He received his Bachelor of Science in Accountancy and Bachelor of Laws, both with distinctions, at the University of Bohol.
MR. ARTHUR VITO CRUZ
Mr. Vito Cruz is a Film and Visual Arts Appreciation Instructor at the University of Asia and the Pacific. He is also an Aikido Instructor, Technical Diving Committee Member and Diving Judge at the Philippine Swimming Inc. He earned his Master of Arts in Education major in Liberal Education at the University of Asia and the Pacific and Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture at the University of Sto. Tomas. Mr. Vito Cruz is involved in PCCED programs involving the arts and citizenship.
MR. ARNALDO MENDOZA
Mr. Mendoza is the Social Science and Humanities Coordinator of the College of Arts and Sciences of First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH) Batangas. He coordinates Project Citizen projects for PCCED in Batangas.
MR. VIRGILIO AGUILAR
Mr. Aguilar is currently a professor at the University of Saint La Salle Bacolod where he finished his Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and Commerce. He earned his Master’s degree in Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Course in Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology at De La Salle University Manila. He delivers lectures for PCCED programs on topics such as PWD Rights in the Philippines.
DR. FE GLADYS GOLO
Dr. Golo is currently the University Registrar of the University of Asia and the Pacific. She previously served as the Program Director for Education Leadership Program of the UA&P’s School of Education and Human Development. She received her Master’s Degree in Values Education from the UA&P and her Doctor of Philosophy on Educational Psychology from the University of Santo Tomas. She has previous served as Corporate Secretary and Treasurer of the PCCED, and lectures for the BRLS and CETS program.
MS. JOSITA CARMEN
Ms. Carmen is currently the Schools Division Superintendent of DepEd Bislig City Division. She received her Bachelors degrees in Psychology and Education from Adamson University and Saint Michael’s College respectively. In 1998, Ms. Carmen finished her Masters in Values Education at the University of Asia and the Pacific.
MR. MARTIN ESCOBIDO, JR.
Mr. Escobido is currently the International Studies’ Department Head of the Ateneo de Davao University. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Government at the University of the Philippines and finished his Master’s degree in Public Administration at the Ateneo de Davao University. He coordinates Project Citizen projects for PCCED in Mindanao.
DR. CLEMENT CAMPOSANO
Dr. Camposano is a faculty at the History Department of the University of Asia and the Pacific. He is also the Vice-President for Luzon of the Philippine Anthropological Association/Ugnayang Pang-AghamTao, Inc. (UGAT). He earned his doctoral degree in Philippine Studies, major in Anthropology, at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. He holds lectures for many of the PCCED’s programs including for CETS and BRLS.
Raiza has a Master’s Degree in Political Economy with specialization in International Relations and Development from the University of Asia and the Pacific. She attended one academic semester at Lingnan University, Hong Kong in 2008. She was a member of the faculty of the Institute of Political Economy of UA&P where she taught courses Philippine Politics and Governance and Political Thought. She participated in an 8-month training on Project Development and Management in Getxo, Spain where she also attended Spanish language courses. in 2015, she was a recipient of the IREX’s Community Solutions Program fellowship, where she attended leadership course learn tht earned her units from George Mason University. The fellowship program also gave her the opportunity to work in CORO, an American non-profit organization dedicated to teaching useful skills in leadership in public affairs to young adults. Raiza initially engaged with PCCED as a volunteer when she was still a student at the university. She formally joined PCCED as a project staff in 2009.
Myttee is the Program Manager of PCCED, overseeing all projects in Bohol and Sorsogon. She used to lead the project entitled “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Jagna, Bohol,” before she went to Spain in April 2016 for her 4-month training under the tutelage of Zabalketa (PCCED’s partner NGO in Getxo, Spain). Myttee started her career in development work when she joined the Year of Service Program of Xavier University as a volunteer in the farming communities of Buug and Bayog in Zamboanga del Sur in 1995.
Finance and Administrative Officer
Joann is the Finance and Administrative officer, assigned to oversee all of PCCED’s financial operations, which include enforcing all policies on finances and conducting periodic finance operation audits. She graduated from the Divine Word College (Holy Name University) with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
Myrla is the Project Officer of the “Ayuda Humanitaria para Filipinas III”. She graduated from the Visayas State University with a Bachelors degree in Animal Science major in Animal Health. Myrla has a vast knowledge as a community organizer and reach experience as an development worker, having served various local non-government organizations in Bohol, which includes serving as the Admin Officer of a network of NGOs in Bohol. Myrla initially engaged with PCCED in 2014, and has served the project lead of the first humanitarian project of the organization.
Mon is currently the part of the “Ayuda Humanitaria para Filipinas III” project. She graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Holy Name University in the Province of Bohol. After graduation, she volunteered in PCCED projects in Bohol, i.e. “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Alburquerque” and “Ayuda Humanitaria para Filipinas I”, before formally engaging with PCCED as project assistant for 2 year project entitled “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangay of Jagna, Bohol”.
Virginia is currently part of the “Ayuda Humanitaria para Filipinas III” projec. . She graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Laws from the Holy Name University. She joined PCCED in 2010 as field officer of he “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Tagbilaran” and have been part of the suceeding development cooperation initiatives in Bohol, i.e. “Prommoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Alburquerque” (2012) and “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Juban” (2015-2017).
Richard is the Project Assistant for project entitled “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Jagna, Bohol.” He graduated from the Holy Name University with a Bachelors degree in Psychology.
Joselito is the Project Officer handling the project entitled “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Barcelona”. He graduated from the Annuciation College with a Bachelor of Arts Major in Language and Literature with Units in Method of Teaching. His previous experience include working on livelihood programs for the Quezon City government
April is the Project Assistant on “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Barcelona” project. She graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Bicol University.
Marlon is a Project Assistant for the project entitled “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Juban, Sorsogon.” He graduated from STI College Tagbilaran City with an Associate degree in Computer Science.
James is the Project Assistant for the project entitled “Promoting Democratic Values in the Barangays of Juban, Sorsogon.” He graduated from the Holy Name University with a Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering.