Former LGU executive Malapitan-Bautista sworn in as CDC Director
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Former LGU executive Malapitan-Bautista sworn in as CDC Director

Mar 8, 2024, 5:49 AM
Randy V. Datu

Randy V. Datu


CLARK FREEPORT -- Sharon Faye Malapitan-Bautista officially assumed her role as a member of the Clark Development Corporation (CDC) Board of Directors today, March 1, following a ceremonial oath-taking administered by CDC Atty. Chairman Edgardo Pamintuan.

Bautista brings a wealth of experience and a distinguished track record of public service and leadership to her new position. She is the founding president of TAO ANG UNA, a prominent political party in Caloocan City, since 2015, and has served as Chief Financial Officer of Printek Printworks Corporation since 2012.

Prior to her appointment, Director Bautista held several key roles, including Barangay Captain of Barangay 137 in Caloocan City from 2003 to 2013, and District Office Manager for her father, Representative Oscar G. Malapitan, from 2007 to 2010.

As the Chief Executive of the Barangay, she strived to serve as an ideal public servant with utmost dedication to duty and good governance. She paid special attention to the sentiments of the people, down to the grassroots level.

She also served as Legislative Officer IV in the Office of Senator Manuel Villar from 2006 to 2007 and gained valuable experience as a Field Sales Officer at Asia United Bank in Caloocan City.

Director Bautista earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication from St. Paul College, Quezon City.

As she assumes her new responsibilities at the CDC, Director Bautista expresses gratitude for the CDC leadership's warm welcome and looks forward to leveraging her diverse background and skills. Her enthusiasm and commitment to excellence promise to bring fresh perspectives to the CDC, infusing the organization with renewed energy and innovation.

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