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News: New LB Officers Elected: Implementation of Ratified Constitution Commences

The Legislative Board (LB) of the Nursing Central Board of Students (NCBS) elected last July 8, 2009 a new set of officers, who will initiate the implementation of the recently ratified 2009 College of Nursing Constitution in its one-year transition period.

The LB, composed of the class presidents of the current academic year, elected Vincent Emmanuelle “Bob” Santos as the Speaker of the House, while Christyn Marie Jarlos and Lara Gabrielle Lim were chosen as the Deputy Speaker of the House and the Secretary-General, respectively.

New batch coordinators were also elected in the assembly. Unlike the previous selection process, the whole BOR elected the batch coordinators after the NCBS Executive Board has narrowed down the candidates, in accordance to the new Constitution. Julius Cerda, Lyndcie Lee, Raiza Wan-Wan Chua and Yayyo Gonzales were elected as the batch coordinators of Levels I, II, III and IV, respectively.

Present in the assembly was the Immediate Past Speaker of the House, Valerie Anne Ferma, who gave an orientation to the responsibilities, rules and regulations of the Legislative Board and guided NCBS President Anne Pauline Chosa in the discussion on the organizational chart. Pheelyp Edward Aytona, the proponent of the constitution, also delivered an inspirational talk on the importance of the document to securing the welfare of the student body.

All of the elections were supervised by the Nursing Commission on Elections Chairman Miguel Talavera and his commissioners at the Saint Elizabeth Hall (Room 308).

By Mervyn C. Tan


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