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MVP leads oath-taking of newly elected PLDT MCI officers

by Katrina A. Mallari | Jun 06, 2019
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In photo are the new set of PLDT MCI officers for 2019 during the oath-taking led by PLDT Chairman and CEO Manuel V. Pangilinan. 

PLDT Chairman and CEO Manuel V. Pangilinan recently led the oath-taking of the newly elected officers of the PLDT Managers’ Club, Inc. (MCI) at the PLDT Ramon Cojuangco Building in Makati City. 

The new MCI officers are: PLDT Cost Valuation Head Bong Padiz, President; Financial Systems and Controls Head Francis Bautista, Vice President for Internal Affairs; GMM BICS Management Head Bong Lintag, Vice President for External Affairs; Simple Services Fulfillment Management Head Joy Estrada, Secretary; Executive Development Head Clari Cho, Asst. Secretary; Executive Payroll & Benefits Admin Head Tess Carrillo, Treasurer; Enterprise Business Operations Readiness Management Head Gregg Templo, Asst. Treasurer; Tax Management Executive for Tax Planning Atty. Imee Tolentino, Comptroller; Las Pinas-Alabang Consumer Experience Zone Head Benjie Causon, Auditor; HR Recruitment Head Tony Dela Cruz, Asst. Auditor; HR Labor Relations Head Hector Profeta, PRO; and GMM Home Sales Head Jowel Du, Asst. PRO. 

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Standing 5th from left, PLDT Chairman and CEO Manuel V. Pangilinan leads the oath-taking of the newly inducted PLDT MCI officers. Also in photo are, standing from left: PLDT Head for HR Labor Relations Hector Profeta, PRO; Head Tax Planning Atty. Imee Tolentino, Comptroller; Head Executive Payroll & Benefits Admin Tess Carrillo, Treasurer; PLDT SVP for Financial Reporting & Controllership Chaye Cabal-Revilla; PLDT Head for Cost Valuation Bong Padiz, President; PLDT Head for Enterprise Business Operations Readiness Management Gregg Templo, Asst. Treasurer; PLDT Head for Financial Systems and Controls Francis Bautista VP Internal; Head GMM HOME Sales Jowel Du, Asst. PRO; and PLDT Head for Las Piñas-Alabang Consumer Experience Zone Benjie Causon, Auditor. In front row are, from left: Head Simple Services Fulfillment Management Joy Estrada, Secretary; Head Recruitment Tony Dela Cruz, Asst. Auditor; PLDT Head for GMM BICS Management Bong Lintag, VP External; and PLDT Head for Executive Development Clari Cho, Asst. Secretary. 
 
In his remarks, Pangilinan underscored the importance of creating programs that teach good values to the kids, including sportsmanship. He said sports teaches people how to be graceful in defeat and it is also through sports that one learns to be more focused and disciplined. 

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As part of its Brigada Eskwela efforts, PLDT MCI led by its President Bong Padiz turns over some construction and cleaning materials to the school representatives of Lourdes Jamero Mordeno Elementary School in Surigao. 
 
The new set of officers aims to create a wellness program and social work that reinforces quality time spent with family while giving back to various communities. 

“It will surely be an exciting year for PLDT MCI as we embark on a journey that emphasizes the importance of family time and work-life balance,” said Padiz. “Through our endeavors, we hope to ensure quality time among families within the group while constantly finding ways to give back to communities as we tie up our efforts with the Gabay Guro initiative,” he added.

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PLDT MCI also turns over classroom and cleaning materials to Ombong Elementary School in Surigao. 

Among their recent projects are the series of Brigada Eskwela efforts in two schools - Ombong Elementary School, and Lourdes Jamero Mordeno Elementary School in Surigao del Norte where MCI turned over construction materials while several of its officers and members painted a number of classrooms. 

One of MCI’s undertakings this year is the bingo game activity, an annual fundraising project where Gabay Guro will receive a portion of the funds raised. Other efforts include Fruitful Friday, an inspirational talk for members of the PLDT MCI; Biggest Loser, a wellness program in partnership with Fitness First and Gold’s Gym; and a movie block screening of "The Lion King" for PLDT MCI’s members and their families which aims to instill quality time and bonding with family.

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