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Sino ba ang may kakayahan at karapat-dapat? Sino ang mag wawagi sa SBMA? Diño Vs. Eisma eto na!

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Martin Diño

Martin Diño

Chairman and Head of Agency

Subic Bay Metropolitant Authority

Why vote Martin Diño?

  • From 1978 to 1986, he was Area Coordinator of the City Government of Quezon City conducting basic orientation to local elected officials on barangay administration.
  • a pioneer member of the PDP-Laban upon its inception in 1984, as well as a trainer for Federalism
  • Secretary General of PDP-Laban in October, 2015 up to the present.
  • Barangay Captain of San Antonio in Quezon City for three terms, from 1994 to 2007
  • Chairman of the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption or VACC. He was also VACC President from 2000 to 2010 and VACC Spokesman from 1998 to 2000.
  • On heinous crimes, the VACC under his watch also actively took part in the long drawn Vizconde massacre case and the conviction of US serviceman Lance Corporal Daniel Smith in the 2005 Subic rape case.
  • He personally took active part in the filing of charges and conviction of Leo Echagaray, the first Filipino who was meted the death penalty in 1993 for raping his 10-year old daughter.
  • In September 2016, Mr. Diño was appointed Chairman of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority by the man whom he gave way to, to run as President of the Philippines in the elections, the same man who is now our President – Rodrigo Roa Duterte.
Wilma Eisma

Wilma Eisma

Administrator and CEO

Subic Bay Metropolitant Authority

Why vote Wilma Eisma?

  • Prior to her appointment as SBMA administrator and chief executive officer, she was the corporate, government and regulatory affairs, community and farmer relations, and diversity and inclusion manager of the Philippine affiliate of Philip Morris International (PMI), PMFTC, Inc. and Philip Morris Philippines Manufacturing, Inc. (PMPMI) for 15 years.
  • Her close and smooth work with the local leaf supply chain of PMI resulted to internationally-acclaimed farmer programs, best practice systems, and leading innovations in agriculture labor relations, communication programs, and government relation strategies in the supply chain setting.
  • She successfully managed over three million dollars in contributions and community relations and farmer relations budget annually.
  • Her knowledge in government processes, culture, and engagement brought about the enactment of the Philippine Tobacco Regulatory Act of 2003 and the Amendment to the Excise Law in 2005 and 2012.
  • In 2005, as Manager for Government Relations, she received the PMI President’s Award. Her work also earned her the PMI Excellence Award in 2003, 2007, and 2011.
  • She was recognized in 2009 as an awardee of the PMI Best Contribution
  • Program, and in 2010, the PMI Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award.
  • Started her career as the Executive Assistant to the Chairman and member of the Legal Department during the Agency’s early years (1993 to 1998).
  • During her tenure, she assisted in the efficient administration and supervision of SBMA, including policy-making and issues and crisis management. She was a member of the Agency team that successfully negotiated the World Bank’s assistance, as well as the entry/investment of Federal Express and various international and local investors, resulting in the creation of thousands of jobs. Furthermore, she represented SBMA in local judicial courts and oversaw the SBMA Housing Department.
  • She continued her public career as Head Executive Assistant and Legal Counsel to the House of Representative’s Majority Floor Leader from 1998 to 2000, and thereafter, as Chief of Staff of the Secretary of the Department of Trade and Industry for a year.
  • A member of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines, Atty. Eisma holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence, Ateneo De Manila University, College of Law. She was also a member of the Philippine Delegation, 1989 UNIV Forum in Rome, Italy.

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