FASAE Executive Officers' Meeting
Monthly Event - First Tuesday of every month: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
The FASAE Executive Officers' Meeting is held monthly on the 1st Tuesday (8-9 pm) evening in Berkeley, California. The executive officers are:
President - Joe Aliling
Vice President - Phil dela Cruz
Executive Secretary - Roxanne Coronel
Corporate Secretary - Rodson Clavel
Corporate Treasurer - Ric Sitjar
Newsletter Editor and Webmaster - Sabrina Atienza
Press Relations Officer - Isagani Pugao
Auditor - Linda Florendo
The executive officers occasionally conduct consultation meetings with fellow engineers and public hearings with students held at different college campuses around the San Francisco Bay Area. Its initial task is two-fold, i.e., a) to review the following Mission-Vision-Values of the Society; and b) to make recommendations, based on its findings, to the FASAE Board of Directors.
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The Filipino American Society of Architects and Engineers
The Society shall promote the personal and professional growth and development of its members in order to achieve a better quality of life for themselves, their families, and communities.
The Society shall continually expand the consciousness of each member in a collaborative environment by creating a network of resources to provide the necessary focus and energy to accomplish his/her personal mission in life.
Integrity and Trust – Our words and actions shall be our sacred bond. We keep our word and honor our commitments.
Individual Worth and Diversity – We recognize the individual worth and value the contributions of each person. We strive for harmony from the convergence of differing view points and diverse experiences.
Personal Accountability – We accept responsibility for our thoughts, words, and actions to achieve integrity and trust. We establish qualitative and quantitative performance indicators to measure our personal accountability over our stewardship.
Teamwork - We recognize and harness the talents of each individual to attain the synergy derived from a team effort.
Alliances and Collaboration – Through building partnerships with other community groups, we shall define the proper role of government and private industry in our lives.
Quest for Excellence - We strive for excellence in usefulness, quality and productivity of our work. We create a work environment wherein all viable options are considered to provide the most creative and best service.
Long Range Planning – We conduct long range strategic and financial planning for the growth and development of our members and to maximize service delivery to the community.
Self Reliance and Service Commitment – We put first our members and their families
The Society’s Intended Outcomes:
1. The members have improved written and verbal communication skills.
2. The members have better understanding of their respective professions.
3. The members have acquired their state professional license.
4. The members assume moral and ethical leadership roles in their neighborhood and business or work environment.
5. The members shall adopt a dynamic 5-Year Plan to strengthen the membership.
The Society’s Five Year Plan
In 5 years, this Society shall have increased the confidence of its members that result from the sharing and taking action on the integration of information and experiences. Their knowledge, abilities, and skills of each member will have been enhanced such that they achieve higher levels of responsibility and business success. Their awareness of the mission, vision, and values of self, family, and community shall have resulted in an improved quality of life -- physically, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
The Society’s Programs: The Society shall focus on the following four programs offered to its members:
1. Personal and professional development
a. Board review and licensing
b. Toastmaster’s Club
c. Report Writing Workshops
d. Leadership and Project Management Workshop
e. Manager’s Communication Workshop
f. Continuing Education
2. Lifestyle improvement to develop body, mind, and spirit
a. Sporting Events: Golf, bowling, tennis, chess, billiards, poker
b. Mountain climbing
c. Water and winter sports
3. Cultural refinement
a. Heritage events preserving traditional values – food, dance, language, fashion
b. Family values
4. Transitional activities
a. Into higher levels of learning (college)
b. Into the work force
c. Into retirement
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Filipino American Society of Architects and Engineers
The Filipino American Society of Architects and Engineers (FASAE) was organized in 1976 by Lucio Raymundo, a resident of San Franicsco and an alumnus of the University of the Philippines.
Joe Aliling is the incumbent president for 2012-13. Phil dela Cruz is the vice president and, concurrently, the president-elect for 2013-14. Roxanne Coronel is executive secretary. Rodson Clavel is corporate secretary. Ric Sitjar is corporate treasurer. Sabrina Atienza is newsletter editor and webmaster. Isagani Pugao is PRO. Linda Florendo is auditor.
The Society promotes the personal and professional growth and development of its members in order to achieve a better quality of life for themselves, their families, and their respective communities.
The Society shall continue to expand the consciousness of individuals with regard to their potentials by establishing a network of successful persons that shall serve as resources to those who are validating their career paths and exploring the best options to reach their long-term goals.
The regular monthly meetings of the FASAE Board of Directors is scheduled every 3rd Saturday (1:00-3:00 p.m.) at the Contra Costa County Water District (CCCWD) in Concord CA 94520, unless the meeting venue is changed by the president.
The next annual convention will be held on June 15, 2013 at the CCCWD in Concord, CA. The installation of new officers will be held on July 20, 2013; and the venue will be chosen by the president-elect, Phil dela Cruz. For inquiries and other details, kindly send your email to email@example.com
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