CBEM recognizes 10 Most Empowered Female Students; Perez tops overall selectionTuesday March 29,2022
As part of the Women’s Month celebration, the College of Business, Economics and Management (CBEM) selected the Most Empowered Female Student Awardees from its programs/majors through the respective College Student Organizations (CSOs).
Except for the Red Cross Youth, each CSO is the sole representative of the students of the particular program/major. The respective advisers submitted the nominees on the basis of the former’s observation and judgement to the student’s manifestation of empowerment and performance embodying the university’s four pillars- Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service.
CBEM’s Most Empowered Female Student Awardee was selected on the basis of the major awards received by her CSO last February 15, 2022, with all four pillars concurring.
The Awardees by Program/Major are:
Ms. Mary Joy Partosa, ECOSOC President
Ms. Dianne Faye Alcala, YES President
Ms. Alona L. Marjalino, JPIA VP for Academic Affairs
Ms. Francheska Iubelle Perez, JIM President
Ms. Ma. Bernadeth B. Banares, JFINEX President
Ms. Corinne L. Tapit, JPMAP President
Ms. Mae Encisa, JMA External Vice President
Ms. Mia Mae Napocao, MFSO President
Ms. Charlene B. Arganda, OMC VP for Finance
Ms. Denice Shara Boneo, RCY Member
Based on the exemplary performance of the Junior Institute of Management (JIM) in Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service, its President Ms. Francheska Iubelle Perez was chosen as the Most Empowered Female Student Awardee of the college.