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MR. JOSE PAMINTUAN DE JESUSBy: Marc Mangubat | 17 Aug 2020
CONVERGE ICT – INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
Jose Pamintuan de Jesus is the Chairman and an Independent Non-Executive Director of Converge ICT Solutions. He is also the Chairman of Clark Development Corporation and a consultant of San Miguel Corporation. He served as Independent Chairman of Converge and Metroworks ICT Construction Inc. and Vice Chairman of COMSTECH Integration Alliance, Inc. from May 2014 to February 2019.
Prior to joining Converge, he held senior positions in a number of organizations, such as the Department of Public Works & Highways (Secretary), Manila Electric Company (President & Chief Operating Officer), Manila North Tollways Corporation (President & Chief Executive Officer), Philippine Long Distance Telephone (Executive Vice President), Manila Waterworks & Sewerage System (Chairman), Presidential Task Force on Post-Earthquake Rehabilitation, Office of the President (Chairman) and Development Academy of the Philippines (President).
Mr. de Jesus is currently a member of the board of directors in Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation, Private Infra Development Corporation, South Luzon Tollway Corporation, Petron Corporation and Alviera Country Club. He is also a member of the board of trustees in Kapampangan Development Foundation and Holy Angel University.
Mr. de Jesus graduated from Ateneo de Manila University in 1956, where he obtained his AB (Economics). He later received his Master of Arts in Social Psychology from Ateneo de Manila University in 1965. In 1968, he finished his Graduate Studies in Human Development in the University of Chicago, USA.
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