Hermilando Mandanas

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Hermilando I. Mandanas
20th and 23rd Governor of Batangas
Assumed office
June 30, 2016
Vice Governor Sofronio Ona, Jr. (2016-present)
Preceded by Vilma Santos
In office
June 30, 1995 – June 30, 2004
Vice Governor Richard Recto (June 30, 1995-June 30, 2001)
Peter Laurel (June 30, 2001-June 30, 2004)
Preceded by Vicente Mayo
Succeeded by Arman Sanchez
Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from 2nd District of Batangas
In office
June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2013
Preceded by Francisco S. Perez II
Succeeded by Raneo Abu
Personal details
Born Hermilando Ingco Mandanas
(1944-03-25) March 25, 1944 (age 73)
Bauan, Batangas, Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Political party UNA (2014-present)
Liberal Party (Philippines) (1995-2013)
Spouse(s) Regina Reyes Mandanas
Residence Batangas City
Alma mater De La Salle University

Hermilando "Dodo" Ingco Mandanas (born March 25, 1944) is a Filipino politician. A former three-term Governor of Batangas since 1995 to 2004 and former three-term Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, representing the 2nd District of Batangas.

Education[edit]

Hermilando "Dodo" Ingco Mandanas finished his Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree as consistent Dean's Lister - First Honor at De La Salle University. He then became a University Scholar at the University of the Philippines and studied his Masters in Business Administration, where he graduated honor roll. He pursued his Honorary Degree (Honoris Causa) as Doctorate in Humanities at Batangas State University.

He also served as Chairman of Department of Accountancy (1968-1969), Associate Dean of School of Commerce (1967-1969) and a Member of the Board of Trustees (1979-1985) in the De La Salle University.

Career[1][edit]

Private Sector[edit]

Mandanas started out by working for different companies. He was a supervisor of the Carlos J. Valdes & Co.. From 1963 to 1965. He then served as an Executive Assistant to the President of the Far East Bank and Trust Company. In 1972, he was the President of the Fereit Realty Development Corporation until 1975 and as the Philippine Commercial Delegate of the Banque Francaise Du Commerce Exterior from 1975-1978. Then he became the Managing director of the Manila & Hong Kong Capital Corporation from 1980 until 1987.

He also served as the director for: Alpa Asia Hotels & Resorts Incorporated; United States Capital Corporation; Philippines-China Development Corporation; Oriental Pacific Equities (Hong Kong); Manila Taiwan Development Corporation; Apex Mining and Exploration Company and Rural Bank of Batangas.

From 1987 to 1985 he also was the Chairperson and president of the: Omnivest; Hedge Issues Management; Abacus Consolidated Holdings; Suricon Resources Corp.; and HIM Management Corp.

Government Sector[edit]

After the issuance of the Presidential Decree No. 1396, Mandanas served as the 1st General Manager of the Human Settlements Development Corporation under former President Ferdinand Marcos.

From 1995 to 2004, he served as Governor of the Province of Batangas and concurrently became President of Federation of Regional Development Council of the Philippines. He also served as Chairman of the Regional Development Council (Region IV-A, Southern Tagalog) from 1995 to 2004, Regional Peace and Order Council (Region IV-A) from 1995 to 2001 and from 2003 to 2004 and CALABARZON Coordinating Council (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon) from 2001 to 2004.

Committee Membership[edit]

WAYS AND MEANS - Former Chairman

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS - Vice-Chairperson

BANKS AND FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES - Member for the Majority

BASES CONVERSION - Member for the Majority

EAST ASEAN GROWTH AREA - Member for the Majority

ENERGY - Member for the Majority

FOREIGN AFFAIRS - Member for the Majority

GLOBALIZATION AND WTO - Member for the Majority

GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES AND PRIVATIZATION - Member for the Majority

JUSTICE - Deputized Member

MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS - Member for the Majority

NATIONAL DEFENSE AND SECURITY - Member for the Majority

TRADE AND INDUSTRY - Member for the Majority

Congressional Oversight Committee on[edit]

COMPREHENSIVE TAX REFORM PROGRAM - Former Chairman

PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OF IMPORTED ARTICLES - Former Chairman

OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE - Former Chairman

SAFEGUARD MEASURES ACT - Former Member

Awards/Citations Received[edit]

PHILCONSA’s MEDAL OF WISDOM AND COURAGE AWARDEE

Phil. Constitution Association

February 8, 2012 (Constitution Day)

2006 DANGAL NG PILIPINAS AWARDEE

Consumers Union of the Philippines

'2005 REGIONAL KABALIKAT AWARDEE'

Technical Education & Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

2004, 2005,2006 2007 2008 2009 MOST OUTSTANDING CONGRESSMAN

Makati Graduate School, Congress Magazine, MV Gallego Foundation

2004 OUTSTANDING PUBLIC OFFICIAL

Consumer’s Union of the Philippines

15th Annual National Consumers Award (ANCA)

OUTSTANDING GOVERNOR AWARD

2nd Local Government Leadership Award

Senate, Republic of the Philippines

2002 and 2003

GAWAD PARANGAL AWARDEE

MOST OUTSTANDING PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR

7TH National Social Welfare and Development Forum

October 2003

2002 PROVINCIAL NUTRITION GREEN BANNER AWARDEE

IN THE CALABARZON REGION

National Nutrition Council – CALABARZON Region

September 2003

MOST OUTSTANDING GOVERNOR OF THE PHILIPPINES

Awarded by PNP Maritime

2002

KABALIKAT AWARDS 2000

TESDA

MOST OUTSTANDING GOVERNOR OF CALABARZON

Leader Magazine

July 9, 2000

Achievements[edit]

  • The first Governor to give honorarium to Barangay Health Workers, Barangay Nutrition's Scholars, Barangay Service Point Officers, Barangay Tanod etc.
  • He was also the first to give PhilHealth benefits to Barangay Health Workers, Barangay Nutrition's Scholars, Barangay Service Point Officers, Barangay Tanod etc.
  • He was also the first to grant scholarships to deserving students.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mandanas, Hermilando (June 6, 2016). "Hermilando Dodo Ingco Mandanas". Governor Hermilando Dodo Ingco Mandanas. Retrieved June 6, 2016. 
House of Representatives of the Philippines
Preceded by
Francisco S. Perez II
Representative, 2nd District of Batangas
2004–2013
Succeeded by
Raneo Abu
Government offices
Preceded by
Vicente Mayo
Governor of Batangas
1995 – 2004
Succeeded by
Armando C. Sanchez
Preceded by
Vilma Santos-Recto
Governor of Batangas
2016-Present
Incumbent