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2011-2012 PICPA-Nueva Vizcaya Chapter Officers Inducted

Gloria P. Valdez, PICPA-NV Chapter President with Jessie G. Chua, PICPA scholar

On July 9, 2011, the new set of officers of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) – Nueva Vizcaya Chapter were inducted into office by Ms. Cleofe L. Flores, Revenue District Officer of the Bureau of Internal Revenue Nueva Vizcaya who is at the same time, the Senior Director for PICPA Northern Luzon Region.  The Induction Program was held at the Ammungan Hall, Provincial Capitol, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.

Included in the roster of officers for fiscal year 2011-2012 are two professors from Aldersgate College,  namely, Mrs. Cecilia B. Valdez, Dean of the School of Business and Accountancy and Dr. Leopoldo A. Valdez, Dean of the Graduate School of Management. The complete list of officers follows:

Gloria P.Valdez

Cecilia B. Valdez 
Executive Vice President

Leopoldo A.Valdez
Vice President for Research and Development

Lourdes P. Pille 
Vice President for Commerce and Industry

Santiago D. Soliven
Vice President for Education

Gloria D. Macasu
Vice President for Public Practice

Myrna Q. Tamani 

Yunisa D. Patricio 

Evelyn C. Garcia
Business Manager for the North

Elena D. Leprozo
Business Manager for the South

Efren N. Arizala

Jufel B. Camacho
Press Information Officer

Thirty (30) PICPAns from the different sectors and some 115 members of the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants of Aldersgate College and Saint Mary’s University attended the occasion. Mr. Jessie G. Chua, a PICPA-NV Chapter scholar from high school to college, was invited to share his experiences.  He passed the October 2007 CPA Board Examinations and is now working in Manabat, Delgado, Amber and Co., an auditing firm in Makati. Chua challenged and at the same time inspired the JPIAns with his message.  With Chua’s success story, the incoming chapter president would like to revive the scholarship program and help poor but deserving students to realize their dreams of becoming Certified Public Accountants.

Keynote speaker and inducting officer, Cleofe L. Flores, likewise challenged the CPAs to uphold the integrity of the profession by continually striving to upgrade their level of competence and to perform their respective duties and responsibilities with utmost care and diligence.  On the other hand, Gloria P. Valdez, President, emphasized the three major thrusts of PICPA this year, namely: Solidarity, Service and Social responsibility.

With the unified actions of the members, incumbent officers and past presidents, the occasion was a resounding success.