People Management Association of the Philippines
The People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP) is a professional, non-stock, not-for-profit organization of over 1,800 member companies and individual management executives engaged or interested in Human Resource Management (HRM) and Industrial Relations (IR) work. Founded more than 59 years ago, PMAP continues the tradition of its forefathers in advancing the profession of Human Resource Management.
As a professional association, PMAP helps institutions mold an enlightened, competent, socially responsible, and influential sector of people managers who can effectively participate in nation-building. PMAP also helps its members become more effective on the job by teaching the human aspect of management via numerous career development forums and training programs.
Currently with twenty four (24) chapters throughout the Philippines, PMAP’s nationwide reach makes it a potent force for nation-building. What further enhances PMAP’s solid reputation as a national association is the dynamism of its local Chapters, proven by the success of their respective programs and projects.
It has been previously stressed that PMAP’s unique value proposition should be rooted in its role as a thought leader. Hence, the ideal animator of all initiatives should be the desire to advance and upgrade the HR profession. Following this, thought leadership may be taken to adopt three dimensions: perspective, clarity, and novelty.
Vision – Mission
First, to be the premier organization in its field, PMAP ought to be the largest association of people managers in the country. The term “largest” is meant to connote not just size of membership, but also sphere of influence, as well as reach. Along this line, it is imperative for PMAP to pursue programs that will ensure its continued ability to attract and retain various types of members, affiliates, and partners. Inherent in this mandate is the challenge of strengthening PMAP’s ascendancy as the professional association that serves as the “mother” organization of all people managers and all professional associations of people managers in the Philippines.
Second, PMAP should establish itself as the recognized authority in people management issues in the Philippines. As such, PMAP must be seen as the authoritative source of information and ideas on everything that has to do with people management and development in the country. PMAP’s authority will emanate from various strengths, foremost of which are as host of exceptional expertise and as repository and fount of knowledge and ideas on people management and development.
And third, given its stature as a recognized authority in people management, it should follow that PMAP’s expertise is sought and its voice heard by industry, government, and other sectors when it comes to issues that impact people management and development.
Officers and Board of Trustees
MICHAEL M. GODINEZ, FPM “MIKE”
Chief People Officer
Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc.
LYDIA LILY G. QUINTANS, FPM, CTRP “LILY”
Managing Director/Sr. Consultant
Lead Interventions for Teams (LIFT), Inc.
ROLAND T. SUICO, AFPM “ALLAN”
VIRGINIA B. MENDOZA, FPM “VIRGIE”
ALMA M. ALBANO “ALMA”
President, PMAP Zanorte Chapter
Andres Bonifacio College, Part time College Instructor,
JMH Furniture Australia (Freelance)
MARIA SOLEDAD D. AMIR, FPM “SOL”
Human Resources Director
Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan
JEREMIAH P. BONIFACIO “JERRY”
NELSON P. CASIANO, AFPM “INTON”
President, PMAP Davao del Norte Chapter
Owner-Consultant, Miconnect HRD Consulting
MARIA LOUIE A. JOMERO “LOUIE”
President, PMAP Negros Chapter
HR Head, Falcor Marketing Corporation
MARK ENRICK Z. HERNANDEZ, AFPM “MARK”
HR Business Partner – Shipping Cluster
Philippine Transmarine Carriers Inc
MA. ELENA M. MANO “ELLEN”
President, PMAP Bulacan Chapter
Head of Academic Program Chairperson, Polytechnic University of the Philippines
SOCORRO R. ONG “CORI”
HRD and GS Dept. Manager / DPO
American Wire and Cable Co., Inc.
ATTY. ELISEO M. ZUNIGA, JR. “JON``
Quisumbing Torres Law Offices