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Profile of NSCC; plans and programs; affiliations and networkings; social programs, HRD, awards and recognition

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Gawad Parangal Validation for Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives Gawad Parangal Validation for Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives Presentation Transcript

  • A sustainable Consortium of Cooperatives towards socio-economic and spiritual upliftment.
  •  To strengthen technical and management capabilities of officers, personnel and member cooperatives, micro and small and medium entrepreneurs;  To pool, mobilize resources and facilitate inter-lending and inter- trading activities;  To forge partnership with Local and National Government Agencies;  To practice social responsibility and promote gospel values thru cooperative activities.
  • •Honesty •Cooperation •Respect and Trust •Fairness and Transparency
  • *NSCC was organized as a secondary level cooperative in the Archdiocese of Nueva Segovia •Founders - Archbishop Orlando B. Quevedo, OMI, DD and Msgr Ambrose L. Cabildo, MSW, JCC * Mrs. Divina C. Quemi - the pioneer Head and Chief Executive Officer.
  • INITIAL CAPITAL – Php 13,500.00 NSCC was formed by 18 Catholic Church based Cooperatives. 7 September 17, 1992 – REGISTRATION WITH COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY WITH REGISTRATION NUMBER DAG-2218. October 1, 2009 - RE-REGISTERED with Reg. Number CIN – 0202010001
  • ILOCOS SUR ILOCOS NORTE LA UNION PANGASINAN BENGUET SOON IN CAGAYAN Pagudpud Laoag Batac Cabugao Caoayan Vigan Sta. Maria Cervantes Bauang Baguio Urdaneta AREA OF OPERATION -
  • BOARD OF DIRECTORS POSITION ENGR. IRENE BRINGAS CHAIRPERSON–GENDERCONGRESS REPRESENTATIVE MR. GEORGE TADENA VICE-CHAIRPERSON MS. MARITES SOLIVEN DIRECTOR MR. FEDERICOVALDEZ DIRECTOR MR. SANTIAGO SANCHEZ DIRECTOR MR. BENEDICTO AQUINO DIRECTOR MR. MARIANO TAAY DIRECTOR MS. DIVINA C. QUEMI EX-OFFICIO MEMBER/ CEO REV. FR. FERDINAND RAGASA HONORARY MEMBERREPRESENTATIVE
  • COMMITTEES POSITION MR. REYNALDO PERALTA MR. ROGELIO JAINAR MR. ROLANDO RUBINA SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE MS. FRANCISCA ACOSTA MS. MELITA MONIS MS. VICTORIA VENENCIANO ELECTION COMMITTEE ELECTION COMMITTEE ELECTION COMMITTEE MR. ANDRES TAGURA MS. ELLA TALINGDAN MS. JANICE TABULA CONCILIATION AND MEDIATION COMMITTEE CONCILIATION AND MEDIATION COMMITTEE CONCILIATION AND MEDIATION COMMITTEE MR. CAMILO S. VALLE MS. ESTRELLA GAVIOLA MR. MARIO BLAS LARANANG ETHICS COMMITTEE ETHICS COMMITTEE ETHICS COMMITTEE
  • MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE DIVINA C. QUEMI CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER ROLANDO A. PAREL CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER SAMSON A. APUYA FINANCE OFFICER FLORECITA RABENA ACCOUNTANT GUADALUPE A. GOROSPE BRANCH MANAGER – VIGAN CITY (MICROFINANCE) MONALIZA BARADI BRANCH MANAGER – BATAC DINNA VALDEZ BRANCH MANAGER – CERVANTES ANABEL UBALDO BRANCH MANAGER – LAOAG CITY CYNTHIA PAREL BRANCH MANAGER - CAOAYAN SHERYL RABILAS BRANCH MANAGER – CABUGAO ANASTACIA ILA BRANCH MANAGER – BAUANG ELVIRA RAFANAN WHOLESALE PROGRAM INCHARGE HENRY AMARILLO BRANCH MANAGER – STA MARIA BRANCH DARELL JOHN SALVADOR BRANCH MANAGER - PAGUDPUD JANETH ABUEL HR / TRAINING OFFICER ZENAIDA REÑO SECRETARY JEREMY RIGUCERA INTERNAL AUDITOR FREDELITO RODRIGUEZ WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS MANAGER LEA SINAMPAGA OIC-URDANETA BRANCH ANGELITO LAPID PROJECT SUPERVISOR / LOAN APPRAISER RICKY TABUAC WHOLESALE LOAN OFFICER GENALYN UNCIANO OIC – BAGUIO CITY BRYAN ELAYDO IT Officer
  • 12 138 EMPLOYEES
  • Compliant with the legal and administrative requirements of CDA and other government agencies CDA : secured CGS, CAPR, AFS duly stamped by BIR, PAR, SAR, List of Officers and Training Attended BIR: With holding and remittance of taxes ( withholding tax for professional fees, withholding tax for rentals, VAT-hotel, quarterly income tax return, annual information return for NSCC and employees with AFS SSS: monthly remittance of contribution and loan payments; clearance every year for business permit
  • Compliant with the legal and administrative requirements of CDA and other government agencies PAGIBIG: monthly remittance of contribution and loan payments PHILHEALTH monthly remittance of contribution DOLE: Yearly report of 13th month PHILHEALTH; compliance of min wage law (P253.00) LBP: Financial report
  • Compliant with the legal and administrative requirements of CDA and other government agencies LGU : Business Permit, accreditation (municipal and provincial)
  • Morales St., San Isidro, Candon City Tel No. (077) 742 6528 (077) 644-0529 Telefax (077) 742-6402 Email Ad: sacredheartsavings coop@yahoo.com
  • Municipality of Caoayan Provincial Government of Ilocos Sur Vigan City Government Nominated by
  • Turod MPC Dur-as Savings and Credit Cooperative Barbar ARBs MPC Metro Luba Coconut Farmers MPC Sungbat MPC San Emilio MPC Sta. Maria South MPC Lumaban ARC MPC Macati Rang-ay MPC Ayusan Norte Pantay ARC Coop Kilang MPC Kinapian MPC 59 60 66 77 85 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 COOP MEMBERSHIP
  • 222,291,050.70 285,748,469.52 392,565,744.06 568,423,448.63 676,874,075.38 - 100,000,000.00 200,000,000.00 300,000,000.00 400,000,000.00 500,000,000.00 600,000,000.00 700,000,000.00 800,000,000.00 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL ASSETS The graph shows the yearly growth of NSCC’s Total Assets. Between 2008 and 2009, there is a recorded increase of 28.55%, 37.38% for 2010, 44.80% in 2011 and 19.08% for 2012. 2011, marks the highest increase because of the establishment of NSCC Plaza. 2012 recorded the least of increase; however, the target on its assets for the year 2012 amounting to 654M was achieved. This accomplishment created different opportunities for the cooperative as this manifests a strong and progressive network of cooperatives. NSCC is committed to continue working hard for the increase of assets because of the target to hit OneBillion Pesos (Php 1,000,000,000.00)by year 2015.
  • The financial services of NSCC is being patronized well by its members as evidenced by the yearly increase of the loan exposure. This 2012 a remarkable growth of20.42% or Php 99,508,755.00 is achieved.
  • 28,721,841.52 41,762,069.86 55,169,134.78 71,708,224.84 99,972,142.0563,920,269.98 85,050,299.20 149,813,601.24 190,334,918.71 239,896,783.47 - 50,000,000.00 100,000,000.00 150,000,000.00 200,000,000.00 250,000,000.00 300,000,000.00 350,000,000.00 400,000,000.00 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 TIME DEPOSIT The graph shows how its members demonstrate their loyalty and trust to NSCC through deposits. There was a net growth of 49.56M on its Time Deposits and 15.58M on its Savings Deposits. For the year end, Time Deposits hit the rate of 26.04% while the generation of Savings Deposits marked a 39.41% increase. The increase in deposits prove the ongoing trust and confidence of members to NSCC’s operation and the coop is likewise doing its best to safeguard their money.
  • Equity grew by 22.64M or equivalent to 31.82% for the year 2012. In its five-year comparative figures, 2012 marks the highest increase compared to previous years from 2011 down to 2008 because of high share capital generation.
  • 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 8,468,298.26 11,189,993.93 17,643,862.44 27,712,589.14 39,325,153.98 The growth of share capital for 2012 manifests the increasing trust of cooperatives to NSCC and likewise the rising number of cooperatives that are willing to be affiliated with NSCC.2012 marks a highest increase of 41.90% compared to 2011.
  • The graph shows the NSCC’s actual Net Surplus for five years. Its yearly target for Net Surplus has always been realized. Year 2012 recorded 14.970M Net Surplus, an increase of 2.81M or 23.16%.
  • AGRO-ENTERPRISE DEV’T PROGRAM
  • FARMERS ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM
  • • NLDC sent an email “CALL FOR PARTNERSHIP” on December 6, 2011 • NSCC submitted a Letter of Intent and Application Form to Jollibee Foundation on December 16, 2011 • Jollibee Foundation sent an email accepting the Application on January 18, 2012
  • Site Selection, Partnership Building and Formation of Working Group 1 Scaling-up 8 Product Supply Assessment and Product Selection 2 Market Chain Study 3 Cluster Organization 4 Business Planning and Mobilization 5 Production/Product Supply Organizing 6 Test Marketing 7
  • 38 DELIVERY OF WHITE ONIONS TO JOLLIBEE FOODS CORPORATION, CANLUBANG, LAGUNA Vigan was able to deliver 9,970 kgs on Feb. 8, 2013, and Caoayan was able to deliver 10,000 kgs on Feb. 22, 2013
  • SPLASH FOODS CORPORATION is an institutional buyer for Garlic and Multiplier Onions
  • THE ARISP III (AGRARIAN REFORM INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT PROJECT III) A TIE-UP PROJECT WITH DEPT OF AGRARIAN REFORM
  • PARTNERSHIP WITH UNIVERSAL HARVESTER, INC. FOR THE TRADING OF FERTILIZER TO COOPERATIVES
  • Accredited as Training Provider of CDA Accreditation renewed this Oct 2012 until 2014
  • LIST OF TRAININGS CONDUCTED DATE CONDUCTED TITLE OF TRAINING CONDUCTED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS SPECIFIC VENUE OF TRAINING RESOURCEPERSONS NAME AGENCY/ INSTITUTION 01/13/12 Coop Managers Conference & Values BasedLeadership 88 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan, Is Arcbishop William Antonio Archdiocese Of Nueva Segovia 2/3-5, 2012 Parliamentary Procedure Coop Mgt And Good Governance & Strat Planning 91 Compañero's Conf. Hall,La Union Mr. Joseph Cacal Mr. Alexander Raquepo Bamapcom/ Sacdeco/Nscc 02/17-18/2012 Leadership And Values Re-OrientationSeminar 64 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan, Is Mrs. EmeritaFuerte Car Coop Union/Nscc 02/21-22/2012 Audit ManagementSeminar 43 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Mr. Jeremy Rigucera Mr. Bryan Elaydo Nscc 03/7-8/2012 FinancialManagementSeminar 77 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Mrs. EmeritaFuerte Nscc/CarCoop Union 04/10-15/2012 Basic Mediation Cum Collaborative DisputeManagement& Resolution 16 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Phil Ideas -Mr. Rainero P. Escultor Phil Ideas 04/30/12 CooperativeFinancialForum 120 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Diff. Financial Institutions Various Institutions 5/12-13, 2012 ConflictManagement 47 Gladiola Benguet State Univ, Baguio City Mr. Edwin Salonga Ms. Denise Subido Nscc/Sedpi-Ateneo 5/13/2012 Orientation Seminar On The Function Of Conciliation& Mediation Com 11 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Phil Ideas -Mr. Rainero P. Escultor Nscc/Phil Ideas 05/21/12 Forum On Coop Labor Laws And Issues 36 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Dept Of Labor & Employment Dole 5/30-31/2012 Basic Accounting For Non-Accountant- Batch1 49 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Mr. Edwin Salonga/ Ms. Florence Advient0/ Ms. Cheryl Si Nscc/Sedpi – Ateneo 5/31 – 6/1/2012 Basic Accounting For Non-Accountant- Batch2 53 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Sedpi – Ateneo Nscc/Sedpi – Ateneo 06/11/12 Coop BusinessForum 50 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Mrs Divina Quemi Nscc 7/19-20/2012 Seminar On Coop-Microfinance Seminar 27 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan,Is Mrs Divina Quemi Nscc 9/5-6/2012 Supervision And Leadership Seminar 36 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan, I.S Ms. Denise Subido/ Ms. EmilennKate Sacdalan Nscc/Sedpi – Ateneo 9/14/2012 Coop Good Governance Seminar Forum 101 La Terraza, Bantay,I Mrs. Divina Quemi Nscc 9/22/2012 Coop Mgt & Good Governance 47 Alilem Multipurpose Hall, Alilem, IlocosSur Ms. Janeth Abuel Mr. Ricky Tabuac Nscc 11/26-27/2012 Seminar On StrategicPlanning 37 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan, I. Sur Ms. Denise Subido And Ms. Enid Kathleen Madarcos Nscc/Sedpi-Ateneo 11/28-29/2012 Seminar On InternalControl 31 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan, Ilocos Sur Ms. Denise Subido And Ms. Enid Kathleen Madarcos Nscc/Sedpi-Ateneo 12/10-16/2013 Basic Mediation Course 19 Nscc Plaza, Caoayan, Ilocos Sur Mr. Rainero Escultor Phil-Ideas/Nscc
  • DATE CONDUCTE D TITLE OF TRAINING CONDUCTED NO. OF PARTICIPAN TS SPECIFIC VENUE OF TRAINING AGENCY/ INSTITUTION 4/30/2012 Cooperative Financial Forum 120 Nscc Plaza Sss,Philhealth,Pagibig,Nldc,Pcfc, Seedfinance,Dbp,Sbc,Lbp,Pinoyme,Dol e 5/21/2012 Forum On Coop Labor Laws 36 Nscc Plaza DOLE 6/11/2012 Coop Business Forum 50 Nscc Plaza Nscc LIST OF FORA CONDUCTED
  • 2012 TRAINING SERVICES HIGHLIGHTS *COOP MANAGERS CONFERENCE & VALUES BASED LEADERSHIP SEMINAR SPEAKER: BISHOP DAVID WILLIAM ANTONIO January 13, 2012, NSCC PLAZA
  • DAR MPC STRATEGIC PLANNING SPEAKER: MRS. DIVINA C. QUEMI, CEO NSCC January 21-22, 2012
  • LEADERSHIP AND VALUES RE-ORIENTATION SEMINAR (SPONSORED BY NATIONAL TOBACCO ADMINISTRATION) SPEAKER: MRS. EMERITA FUERTE, EXEC. DIRECTOR CAR COOP UNION February 17-18, 2012
  • AUDIT MANAGEMENT SEMINAR SPEAKERS: MR. JEREMY RIGUCERA AND MR. BRYAN ELAYDO, NSCC Internal Audit Team February 17-18, 2012
  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SEMINAR (sponsored by National Tobacco Administration) Speaker: MRS. EMERITA FUERTE March 7-8, 2012
  • BASIC MEDIATION CUM COLLABORATIVE DISPUTE MANAGEMENT & RESOLUTION SPEAKERS: PHIL IDEAS COOP April 10-14, 2012
  • COOPERATIVE FINANCIAL FORUM ORGANIZED BY: NSCC April 30, 2012
  • ORIENTATION SEMINAR ON THE FUNCTIONS OF CONCILIATION & MEDIATION COM SPEAKER: MR. RENE ESCULTOR, PHIL-IDEAS COOP May 13, 2012
  • FORUM ON COOP LABOR LAWS AND ISSUES ORGANIZED BY: NSCC May 21, 2012
  • SEMINAR ON BASIC ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANTS SPEAKERS: SEDPI-ATENEO May 31 – June 1, 2012
  • COOPERATIVE BUSINESS MEETING & ORIETATION ON MANDATORY AMENDMENTS ORGANIZED BY: NSCC June 11, 2012
  • SEMINAR ON COOP MICROFINANCE PROGRAM SPEAKER: MRS. DIVINA QUEMI, NSCC CEO July 19-20 , 2012
  • SEMINAR ON SUPERVISION & LEADERSHIP SPEAKERS: SEDPI-ATENEO September 5-6 , 2012
  • SEMINAR ON INTERNAL CONTROL SPEAKERS: SEDPI-ATENEO November 28-29, 2012
  • BASIC MEDIATION COURSE SPEAKERS: PHIL-IDEAS COOPERATIVE DEC. 10-16, 2012
  • This was confirmed by BOA Resolution no. 62 Series of 2013
  • NSCC Plaza is Accredited by Department of Tourism Only after a year of its operation, NSCC Plaza passed the accreditation of the Department of Tourism and now one of the accredited hotels in the whole country. This recognition further promotes NSCC Plaza and offers more opportunities of networking for the Cooperative in terms of tourism.
  • Patronage of Coop Network Several cooperatives from different parts of the country visited and stayed at NSCC Plaza. The following are the cooperative patrons of NSCC Plaza last 2012. 1. Lagawe Multi-Purpose Development Cooperative 2. Tayabas Community MPC 3. Pasig City Coop Development Council 4. Parañaque City Union of Cooperatives 5. Alaminos Savings and Credit Cooperative 6. Baguio-Benguet Community Credit Cooperative 7. Binangonan MPC 8. MSU-IIT Multipurpose Coop 9. MASS-SPEC Coop Development Center 10. NARRA MPC
  • This 2012,NSCC Plaza has been discovered as a good venue of different government and non-government activities. The Department of Agriculture is the top patron from the Government institution. Other guests from the Government sector that NSCC Plaza served: • Cooperative Development Authority • Department of Agrarian Reform • Department of Social Welfare and Development • Department of Health • Provincial Government of Ilocos Sur • Integrated Bar of the Philippines • National Anti-Poverty Commission • Land Bank of the Philippines • National Water Resources Board • International Rice Research Institute • Department of Environment and Natural Resources • National Economic Development Authority
  • Non-government organizations and other institutions also had their several activities conducted at NSCC Plaza: • Catholic Media Network / Philippine Federation of Catholic Broadcasters • Children’s Museum and Library, Inc. • 700 Club Asia • Schools and Universities • Private Companies like JTC, Eagle Vision CableTV and others
  • NSCC Plaza Conducted Orientation on Hotel Management and Bar Tending to the Hotel and Restaurant Management students of University of Batangas
  • UPDATE ON GENDER EQUALITY PROGRAM
  • NSCC opened its 11th branch in Urdaneta Pangasinan this 17th of September 2012 during the celebration of its 20th Anniversary.
  • DEVELOPMENT OF COCONUT INDUSTRY Developed part of the DDQ Property for planting of seednuts
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  • • For two consecutive years NSCC bagged the Sipag Award as Most Outstanding Cooperative in Luzon 1 by the National Livelihood Development corporation.
  • 1. CEO QUEMI AS GAWAD PARANGAL AWARDEE BEING THE MOST OUTSTANDING COOP LEADER IN REGION 1 2. CEO QUEMI AS COOP OUTSTANDING WOMEN LEADER IN REGION 1 CEO DIVINA QUEMI was recognized as Most Outstanding Coop Leader in the Region. The Award was given b the Cooperative Development Authority during the National Cooperative Summit held at Cagayan De Oro Ci Aside from said award, her outstanding leadership as Woman Coop Leader was likewise recognized by sam institution during the Regional Coop Month Celebration in Pangasinan
  • FR. JOSE BURGOS SPECIAL AWARD AS OUTSTANDING COOP LEADER (HIGHEST AWARD GIVEN) By Province of Ilocos Sur February 2, 2013
  • NAME OF AWARD AWARDING BODY DATE GIVEN SEMI-FINALIST COOP – LGU PARTNERSHIP AWARD 2003 (PARTNERSHIP WITH PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT) Senate of the Philippines July 31, 2003 MOST RECEPTIVE COOPERATIVE Socio-Economic Development Center for Cooperative Education (SEDCCOP) September 30, 2003 PLAQUE OF RECOGNITION FUR SUCCESSFULLY EXTENDED MICROFINANCE SERVICES TO MARGINALIZED CLIENTS People’s Credit and Finance Corporation September 14, 2003 PLACQUE OF RECOGNITION AND APPRECIATION People’s Credit and Finance Corporation September 14, 2006 SIPAG AWARDS National Livelihood Support Fund September 25, 2006 FINALIST COOP – LGU PARTNERSHIP AWARD 2006 (PARTNERSHIP WITH CITY GOVERNMENT) Senate of the Philippines January 23, 2007 EXCELLENCE AWARD Cooperative Development Authority Region 1 March 10, 2007 SIPAG AWARDS – MOST OUTSTANDING PROGRAM PARTNER FOR REGIONS I,II AND III National Livelihood Development Corporation September 2007 CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION FOR NSCC’S COMMITMENT TO DEMOCRATIC ENTERPRISE & MGT EDUCTATION Bayan Academy October 25, 2008 2010 SPECIAL AWARD Cooperative Development Authority Region 1 October 30, 2008 2008 PROJECTION ACHIEVER Western Union Money Transfer Service February 18, 2009 TOP 5 HIGHEST VOLUME OF JOB ORDERS Norlu Printers and Publishers Coop April 30, 2011 & April 2010 TOP 10 PATRONS AND HIGHEST INVESTORS Northern Luzon Federation of Cooperatives and Dev’t Center May 22, 2011 MOST OUTSTANDING COOP IN LUZON National Livelihood Development Corporation September 28, 2011 TOP 5 SHARE CAPITAL CONTIBUTOR National Confederation of Cooperatives May 27, 2012 BEST LGU – NGO AWARD REGION 1 (WITH VIGAN CITY) National Economic Development Authority February 2012 MOST OUTSTANDING COOPERATIVE IN LUZON 1 National Livelihood Development Corporation September 28, 2012
  • ACCREDITATIONS & OTHER CITATIONS RECEIVED BY NSCC ANNUAL CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION FOR NSCC’S PARTICIPATION TO DIFFERENT FIESTAS AND ACTIVITIES OF VIGAN CITY City Government of Vigan January 2001 -January 25, 2012 CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION FOR THE CONDUCT OF LAKBAY ARALS AND SEMINARS Different Cooperatives from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao 2011 and 2012 Certificate of Commendation on promoting a Compassionate Conflict Management Mechanism in the Settlement of Disputes by way of hosting the internship component PHIL IDEAS COOPERATIVE April 15, 2012 Certificate of Partnership Asian Women in Coop Dev’t Forum Nov. 27, 2010 Partnership for the Kapatiran Foundation - monitoring of projects in Bacarra, Ilocos Norte Kapatiran of Netherlands November 8, 2010 Certificate of Accreditation Office of Transport Cooperatives March 1, 2010 Certificate of Accreditation – Accredited Association of Small Coconut Farmers Philippine Coconut Authority August 24, 2007 Certificate of Partnership Philippine Health Insurance Corporation October 27, 2006 Certificate of Accreditation UCPB-CIIF Finance & Dev’t Corporation October 6, 2006 Certificate of Appointment Department of Agrarian Reform November 5, 2002
  • BOD MEMBER - GENDER CONGRESS REPRESENTATIVE NATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF COOPERATIVES (NATCCO) NATCCO is the biggest and strongest national federation of cooperatives in the country in terms of geographical reach, membership, financial capacity, and array of services. She was elected as Board of Director of NATCCO being an elected Gender Congress Representative. REGIONAL SECTORAL REPRESENTATIVE OF COOPERATIVES NATIONAL ANTI-POVERTY COMMISSION (NAPC) AND THE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (RDC) The National Anti-Poverty Commission, by virtue of Republic Act 8425 or the Social Reform and Poverty Alleviation Act, institutionalized the participation of basic sectors in helping the government on its programs for poverty alleviation. The CEO represents the cooperative sector in Region 1 in NAPC and Regional Development Council. VICE-CHAIRPERSON – ICA-APREGIONAL WOMEN COMMITTEE (ASIA AND PACIFIC) The International Co-operative Alliance [ICA] came to Asia Pacific Region with the establishment of the Regional Office & Education Center for South-East Asia in 1960 as a result of the discussions that had taken place at the various Congresses of the Alliance since 1948. At these discussions, ways and means were explored to bring the national Co-operative Movements in the developing countries closer to the Alliance and also to seize the global challenge of contributing through the instrument of Cooperation, to the social and economic development of the developing countries
  • PRESIDENT REGION I AND CAR MICRO FINANCE COUNCIL Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives is a member of the Region 1 and CAR Microfinance Council, a conglomeration of micro finance players and institutions in the whole Region 1 and Cordillera Region. The group holds a regular meeting to discuss issues regarding micro finance and conducts trainings to enhance their services. SECTORAL REPRESENTATIVE for COOPERATIVES IN REGION 1 NATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (NEDA) The CEO represents the cooperative sector in different meetings and activities of the NATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (NEDA) Region 1.
  • OTHER POSITIONS: VICE-PRESIDENT REGIONAL COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL – REGION 1 RCDC SHALL ACT AS THE ADVISORY BODY OF THE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ON MATTERS OF POLICIES, PLANS ANDPROGRAMS ON COOPERATIVES PRESIDENT COOPERATIVE MANAGERS’ CLUB OF ILOCOS SUR The cooperative managers and leaders of different cooperatives in Ilocos Sur organized a group to discuss and resolve issues regarding their responsibilities and to implement different trainings and projects to enhance services of cooperatives and to benefit the cooperative movement of the Province. OTHER POSITIONS: TREASURER – Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (FINEX) CONSULTANT - COOP-NATCCO PARTY LIST MEMBER – Vigan City Development Council TREASURER – Ilocos Sur League of Civil Societies PRESIDENT – Caoayan Non-Government Organizations MEMBER – Provincial Cooperative Development Council MEMBER- City Cooperative Development Council MEMBER – Bids and Awards Committee, Vigan City MEMBER – City Health Board – Vigan City