Aquino appoints 2 new members of Career Executive Service Board-A A +A
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III has appointed two new members to the Career Executive Service Board (CESB).
Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda made the announcement Wednesday saying that President Nieves Osorio and Charito Elegir were appointed to the CESB.
Osorio is replacing outgoing CESB Chair Bernardo Abesamis while Elegir will replace former CESB member Proseso Domingo.
Osorio holds a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor’s degree in Statistics from the University of the Philippines-College of Business Administration. She is an experienced public executive in the fields of public finance and energy.
She served as the President and Chief Executive officer of the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (July 2005 to February 2007), Undersecretary of the Department of Finance (2001-2005), Director of Budget Bureau at the Department of Budget and Management (1988-1995), and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Philippine National Oil Company (1996-2001).
She also worked as Chief Operating Officer of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (1995-1996), member of the faculty of the University of the Philippines (1972), and Assistant National Treasurer for the Debt Clearing Office in the Bureau of Treasury from 1984 to 1988. Presently she is the Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Philippine Social Science Council.
She is also the Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Mary Johnston Hospital from 2008 and the Vice President of the Center for Developmental Intervention Foundation Inc. since 2007.
Elegir, on the other hand, was a former Deputy Head of the Presidential Management Staff (2002-2009), Undersecretary (2003-2009), Assistant Secretary (1998-2003), Presidential Staff Director IV (1990-1998), Presidential Staff Director III (1980-1990), and Supervising Presidential Staff Officer (1978-1980).
She obtained her Master of Science in Social Policy and Planning in Developing Countries from the London School of Economics and Political Science in the United Kingdom (1990-1991) and her Master of Arts in Economic Research/Corporate Planning from the Center for Research and Communication (1976-1978).
She earned her Bachelor of Science in Commerce at the University of Santo Tomas in 1964. (Jill Beltran/Sunnex)