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OUR COMPANY
 
TRANSPARENCY SEAL
 

    Mission, Vision and Values  
     Board of Directors
     Management Team and Executive Officers 
 
    Organizational Chart
    Conglomerate Map  
     Shareholding Structure   
    
Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws and All Amendments

 
GOVERNANCE SEAL
  PNCC's Management Committee
   
Management is accountable to the Board of Directors for the corporation’s organizational and operational controls. Management is lead by Mr. Mario K. Espinosa as President/CEO.

The President/CEO has overall responsibility for the successful administration of the affairs and business of the corporation. The President is supported by a Management Committee composed of key executives who meet as often as necessary to discuss issues vital to the operation of the company.
PRESIDENT'S CORNER
  MANCOM Members:
 

 

Geraldine C. Espinosa Executive Assistant to the President

Janice Day E. Alejandrino Senior Vice President and Head - Administration & Propery Management
Rey Nathaniel Ifurung Senior Vice President and OIC - Business Development, Compliance Officer
  Miriam M. Pasetes Vice President and Corporate Treasurer
  Yolanda C. Mortel Vice President and Head - Materials Management / Task Force Asset Disposal
  Atty. Ilie Lionel B. Gramata Vice President and Head - Legal
  Atty. Henry B. Salazar Assistant Vice President and Corporate Legal Officer
  Ezra L. Panopio Assistant Vice President and Corporate Controller
  Rosalyn S. Delivios Manager and Head of MIS Department
     
  Other Officers:  
  Felix M. Erece Assistant Vice President and Head - Personnel & Records Management
  Jaime C. Dela Cruz Manager and Safety & Security Officer
 
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  PROFILE OF PNCC MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
   
 
JANICE DAY E. ALEJANDRINO, Senior Vice President for Human Resource and Administration, has served PNCC since 1997 in the area of human resource and administrative services.  She had served as Compliance Officer of the Company from 20 to 2018 and has earlier served as Lead Internal Auditor for the company's Quality Management System.  She has earned her degrees in B.S. in Hygiene and M.A. in Asian Studies from the University of the Philippines in 1975 and 1984, respectively.  She completed the academic requirements of 36 units for a degree in Master of Arts in Economic Research from the University of Asia and the Pacific from 1984-1986.  She has been engaged as a resource person in various government institutions in area of training and systems development. [See Ms. Alejandrino's resume]
 
 
 
   
   
   

YOLANDA C. MORTEL, Vice President for Materials Management and Asset Disposal, joined the company in 1975 and rose from the ranks to become the Head of the Materials Management Division from March 2001 to the present. She has continued to serve as Head of the Asset Disposal Task Force from January 2004 and as Head of the Technical Group of the PNCC Bids and Awards Committee from 2005. She also served as Director of CDCP Employees Salary and Loan Association from 2001 until today. She obtained her degree in Bachelor of Science in Education in 1975 from Jose Rizal College of Taal, Batangas.

 
   

HENRY B. SALAZAR, Asst. Vice President & Corporate Legal Officer, obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree from Arellano Law School in 1996. He was admitted to the Philippine Bar after passing the 1996 Bar Examinations. He has degree in AB Economics from San Beda College where he graduated in 1991.

He headed the Litigation Department of PNCC until he was retrenched in June 2011. He rejoined PNCC a month after. At present, he is the Corporate Legal Officer of PNCC, with the rank of Assistant Vice President. He previously served as Trust Attorney in the Asset Privation Trust from July 1997 to December 2000.  [See Mr. Salazar's resume]

 

 

FELIX M. ERECE, Asst. Vice President for Personnel Services and Records Management is the Head of Personnel Services and Records Control. In addition, he was tapped to oversee the operation of manpower supply contract with SOMCO (Skyway Maintenance and Operation) and the Manpower requirements of Philphos Project in Leyte previously handled by the dissolved DISC Management.

He completed his elementary and high school education at Timoteo Paez Integrated Pilot School, a public school in Tondo, Manila.  He studied in TUPP-Manila Technician Institute taking up a three-year Civil Technology course sponsored by PBSP.  He also studied Civil Engineering at Feati University, took-up various computer related courses and attended training/seminars to equip him with the knowledge and skills needed in handling bigger responsibilities.  [See Mr. Erece's resume]

   
     
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