2014-2015 Most distinguished alumni award
Doctor of Education major in Educational Management, 2002
Master of Arts in Education major in School Administration, 1997
Public Schools District Supervisor
Department of Education, Burdeos District
Dr. Yolanda C. Ayuma has spent 35 years in public service as an elementary grade teacher for thirteen years, head teacher for four years, elementary school principal for eight years and at present as public schools district supervisor. She continues to lead the teaching and learning process in Burdeos district and considers training of teachers and supervision of instruction as key inputs in providing quality education to learners in her district. Thus, Dr. Ayuma has encouraged many teachers in Burdeos district to pursue master’s degrees and to actively participate in the faculty development programs of DepEd. As a result, she has helped public school teachers in Burdeos district enhance their professionalism, leadership skills, and knowledge. Dr. Ayuma has also helped improve holistic development of pupils in Burdeos district and continues to build a community of learners imbued with lifelong learning skills necessary in this ever-changing society. Through her leadership, Burdeos district was awarded the Best Brigada Implementor, National Winner for the Big School Category.
Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English and minor in Filipino (Cum Laude), 1989
Master of Arts in Education major in Guidance and Counseling, 1995
Director, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Mulanay Campus Mulanay, Quezon
Dr. Adelia Revarez-Roadilla has been involved in higher education in various capacities as instructor, assistant professor, associate professor and campus director of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Mulanay Campus. She was awarded the outstanding open university specialist in 2010 at the PUP Manila and the AFP Bayanihan award in 2015. She has also conducted researches and presented papers in conferences held in Thailand and Hongkong. She served as team leader for the Baseline Survey of the International Labor Organization-International Program for the Elimination of Child Labor (ILO-IPEC) for the Province of Quezon and was the field supervisor in the conduct of the UNDP Pilot Study for Human Security in Mulanay, Quezon, through the UP Third World Studies and the United Nations Development Program as well as the ILO Bondoc LED Project Rapid Economic Assessment.