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FU admits new corporate members


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The Board of Trustees of Foundation University recently admitted into its corporate members seven individuals who have been identified as having provided significant contributions to the University, and who continue to provide critical and valuable assistance to the school with respect to its academic development and extension programs.{{more}}

All new members are well-established and respected scholars and professionals in their respective fields or discipline.

The new corporate members are: Christopher Sinco, great grandson of FU founder Dr. Vicente Sinco, and currently an IT Development engineer of Microsoft Corp. USA; Dr. Eva Pantig, dean of the Philippine Women’s University College of Hotel and Restaurant Management & Tourism; Renato P. Dragon, an ex-member of the House of Representatives, and president of Royal Savings Bank; Dr. Victor Sandoval, one of the country’s most successful entrepreneurs in the highly technical fields of computer and electric power technologies, with linkages to Hewlett-Packard, Nixdorf Computers, IBM, Meralco, and and the National Power Corp., among others; Dr. Juanita Pascual, former chancellor of the City College of San Francisco in San Francisco California, USA, and current Administrative Director of Multiple Minds Educational Foundation in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA; Dr. Philip Ella Juico, a Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) awardee and former secretary of the Department of Agrarian Reform, and chairman of the Philippine Sports Commission; and Frederick S. Dael, former president of Pepsi Cola for the Far East, former chairman of Islacom, and of the Silliman University Board of Trustees, and currently managing director of CEO’s Inc.

Victor Vicente G. Sinco, chairman of the FU Board, said the addition of the seven members will greatly enhance Foundation University’s ability to address the upcoming challenges and opportunities as it continues to grow and develop as a significant partner in the education sector in this University town.

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