Globe Telecom has announced key senior management appointments and organization changes effective November 9, 2015 to further strengthen its position in the industry as the purveyor of the Filipino digital lifestyle and align its operations on current global trends.
Gil B. Genio will be the new Chief Technology and Information Officer (CTIO). As CTIO, Genio will lead an integrated network and technology organization and the overall vision, development and execution of network and technology architecture and strategies, proactively responding to business and market demands. He will continue to be the company’s Chief Strategy Officer. Genio is currently Chief Operating Officer for International and Business Markets.
Alberto M. de Larrazabal will be the new Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). As CCO, de Larrazabal will drive the integration and execution of strategies across all commercial units, including marketing, sales and channels, and product development for all segments of business. All core business groups will be consolidated under the CCO. De Larrazabal is currently the company’s Chief Finance Officer, Treasurer and Chief Risk Officer.
Rosemarie Maniego-Eala will be the Acting Chief Finance Officer. Maniego-Eala will likewise assume the role of Treasurer and Chief Risk Officer. She joined Globe in 1998 as Director for Financial Planning and Analysis. She became President of G-Xchange, Inc. in 2006 and Group Head of International Business in 2011.
Maria Aurora Sy-Manalang will be the new Chief Information Officer (CIO). As CIO, Sy-Manalang will head the Information Systems Group and will form part of the CTIO’s organization. Sy-Manalang joined Globe in 2005. She has since then handled various leadership roles in the organization, the most recent of which was Head of Product Management.
During the Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (Cocpo) 2018 basketball tournament that was held last October 20, the Miss Cocpo 2018 was also conducted. Adjudged winner is Kia Cañete. Here she is being flanked by Cocpo director Senior Supt. Nelson Aganon (right) and Mayor Oscar Moreno (left)....