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Dr. Romela Aujero Honored with James J. Meany, SJ Service Award by PAASCU for Milestone 50 Survey Visits

In a distinguished ceremony held at the Manila Marriott Hotel in Pasay City, Dr. Romela R. Aujero was honored with the prestigious James J. Meany, S.J. Service Award for her remarkable achievement of completing 50 survey visits as an accreditor of the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU). The recognition took place during the PAASCU General Assembly on November 21, 2023.

Dr. Aujero, who serves as the Vice President for Personnel and Alumni Relations at La Consolacion College Bacolod, received applause and commendations for her unwavering dedication to ensuring the quality and excellence of educational institutions across the Philippines.

Ricardo R. Palo, the Executive Director of PAASCU, expressed gratitude for Dr. Aujero’s outstanding service, stating, “We are grateful for her generous service as an accreditor of our Association. We recognize that this service will help our schools realize their quality objectives impacting learners and the future that they will help build for themselves and the country.”

The James J. Meany, S.J. Service Award is a symbol of acknowledgment for individuals who have gone above and beyond in their commitment to the accreditation process. Dr. Aujero’s milestone of 50 survey visits signifies a significant contribution to the enhancement of education quality standards.

The PAASCU General Assembly provided a platform to celebrate this achievement, bringing together educators, administrators, and professionals from various accredited institutions across the nation. Dr. Aujero’s dedication to her role as an accreditor was not only acknowledged but also celebrated as a vital force in shaping the educational landscape of the Philippines.

As Dr. Aujero continues her role as a driving force in educational accreditation, her efforts stand as an inspiration for others in the pursuit of excellence in education. The PAASCU General Assembly was not only a recognition of her achievements but also an affirmation of the crucial role accreditation plays in fostering quality education for the benefit of learners and the nation as a whole.