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Retired envoys, public servants join school’s councils of advisers

A roster of retired Philippine ambassadors, chief executives and public officials are new members of two Councils of Advisers (COA) of the School of Diplomacy and Governance (SDG) of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB).

The COA supports the goal of the institution to shape the future leaders in the fields of international affairs and diplomacy, governance, public administration and management, through combined theory and practice.

The practitioners offer expert advice on the educational curriculum and plans of Benilde SDG’s two programs: Diplomacy and International Affairs and Governance and Public Affairs.

The trustees include Marilyn Alarilla, Minda Calaguian-Cruz, Luz Palacios, Antonio Rodriguez and Monina Callangan-Rueca.

The COA for the Governance and Public Affairs includes Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto; political scientist and University of the Philippines Diliman-National College of Public Administration and Governance former dean Dr. Alex Brillantes Jr., and Manila Water Company Inc. director Jo Kristine Celera-Revil.

Joining them are Institute of Politics and Governance executive director Arline Santos and Cavite provincial administrator Alvin Mojica.

University of the Philippines Diliman former dean Dr. Alex Brillantes Jr
Former ambassador Marilyn Alarilla
Former ambassador Luz Palacios
Former ambassador Antonio Rodriguez
Cavite provincial administrator Alvin Mojica
Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto
Former ambassador Monina Callangan-Rueca
Institute of Politics and Governance executive director Arline Santos
Former ambassador Minda Calaguian-Cruz

Manila Water director lawyer Jo Kristine Celera-Revil