Prof. Melito S. Salazar, Dean of CEU School of Accountancy and Management, was elected recently as the new President of the Philippine Association of Collegiate Schools of Business (PACSB )for School Year 2017-2018.
PACSB is a 55-year-old institution spearheading reforms in curricular, research and extension initiatives of over 300 institutional members all over the Philippines.
Other officers elected are Dr. Amado L. Magsino, Dean of College of Business Administration of San Sebastian College-Recoletos Canlubang as the Executive Vice President; Prof. Cherry D. Comia of the University of the East (UE) Manila as Secretary with Dean Veronica N. Elizalde, also of UE Manila, as the Assistant Secretary. Dr. Elena S. Reyes, Vice President of the Central Colleges of the Philippines, will continue to serve as the Treasurer.
The regional Vice Presidents are Atty. Rey S. Rabago, Chairperson of Accountancy Department of Adamson University for the National Capital Region; Dr. Jesus P. Briones, Associate Professor of the University of Batangas for Luzon and Dr. Henly S. Pahilagao, Dean, School of Business and Accountancy of Southland College and Prof. Elizabeth E. Figueroa, Dean of College of Business Administration of Capitol University, as Vice President for the Visayas and Mindanao, respectively.
The other newly elected directors are: Nino Romyr H. Saavedra (Lorma Colleges), Debie P. Mendoza (Notre Dame of Marbel University), Irene R. de Villa (University of Batangas Lipa Campus), Atty. Gloria G. Futalan (Silliman University), Prof. Paquito P. Pasia, Jr. (Holy Cross of Davao College) and Prof. Cecilia M. Laguna (PHINMA Cagayan de Oro College) will continue to serve as directors. Past President Dr. Ma. Victoria M. Ac-ac is ex-officio director. Board of advisers are: Prof. Leonida T. Africa (Asian Pacific College), Dr. Mariano M. Lerin (Liceo de Cagayan University), Dr. Remedios S. Ching and Rev. Fr. Dionisio D. Cachero, OAR.
Business office of PACSB is at Unit 6H, Lansbergh Place Condominium, 170 Tomas Morato Ave. cor. Sct. Castor St., Quezon City.
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