BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Our Board of Directors continue to invest their time and expertise in the stewardship of our organisation. We are proud to say that all of our Board members serve Philippine Cerebral Palsy Incorporated on a voluntary basis.

Theodore V. Awad

DOCTOR

Chairman

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

Richard Nethercott

BEC, MAICD

Vice Chairman

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

Timothy Strong

BEC, MAICD

Corporate Secretary

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

Winniefred S. Sandico

BEC, MAICD

TREASURER

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

Jerry J, Echter

BEC, MAICD

TRUSTEES

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

W. Thomas Hoese

BEC, MAICD

TRUSTEES

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

Robert F. Lane

BEC, MAICD

TRUSTEES

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

Atty. Ferdinand S. Rivera

BEC, MAICD

TRUSTEES

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

Benito Tan

BEC, MAICD

TRUSTEES

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

Michael Squillace

BEC, MAICD

TRUSTEES

Cerebral Palsy management started in the Philippines in 1950 by Deogracias J. Tablan from the corridors of the National Orthopedic Hospital (which was then situated at compound of the National Mental Hospital in Mandaluyong City.

In 1955, Mr. Russel Swartely, whose son was a client of Dr. Tablan, asked the help of members of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) Lodge #761, a group of prominent foreign businessmen, who eventually agreed and committed to help advocate CP management in the Philippines.

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