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Council of Organizations of the Ateneo

Central Board Elections 2009-2010: Electoral Form

I.

CERTIFICATE OF CANDIDACY GENERAL INFORMATION

Name of Candidate

Ma. Kimberly Tullao Magtoto

Yr & Course

III BS Legal Management

Position Aspired for *Put a check ( )

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President Chief of Staff VP – Special Projects VP – Organization Research and Development

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VP – Training and Development Secretary General Finance Officer Cluster Head Cluster Secretary-Treasurer

Cluster (for Cluster Head / Secretary-Treasurer Candidates)

Issue and Policy Analysis

Are you running as part of a coalition? *Put a check ( ) If yes, what is the name of the coalition? (if applicable)

 Yes

N/A

ESSAY. Explain in 100 words or less why you want to run for the position and the key points of your platform. I want to run for the position of IPA cluster secretary-treasurer because I know that my qualities fit the position perfectly. I am a very organized and conscientious person who can gracefully work under pressure. In my last year in the Loyola Schools, I would love to do more for the school. The key points of my platform are to recognize and strengthen the identity of each organization within the cluster, increase the visibility of the organizations under the cluster, provide better means of information dissemination, and come up with a State of the University Address evaluating what the school government committed and omitted to do for school year 2010-2011.

PLEDGE I, Ma. Kimberly Tullao Magtoto , attest to the facts contained in this Certificate of Candidacy and in all other documents required by the Commission on Elections of the Council of Organizations of the Ateneo (COA). I thereby give the COA and the Office of Student Activities permission to evaluate the facts contained in all the documents I have submitted to the COA Commission on Elections. I swear to uphold the rules stipulated in the COA Electoral Code and by the COA Commission on Elections with full awareness that the violation of the said rules would result to possible sanctions as stipulated in the COA Electoral Code. It is my sincere intention to promote a free, honest, and clean election.

Ma. Kimberly Tullao Magtoto Signature Over Printed Name *Submission qualifies as candidate’s signature*

<01-16-2010> Date

Different Paths. One DestiNATION. Room 205, Manny V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines||4266001 loc. 5050|| Fax: 4260795 ||coa0910@gmail.com

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Council of Organizations of the Ateneo

Central Board Elections 2009-2010: Electoral Form

II. RESUME *Use Ateneo Placement Office’s (APO) One (1) Page Format, See Sample Resume below”

MA. KIMBERLY TULLAO MAGTOTO 027 Dahlia Street, San Isidro Village City of San Fernando (Pampanga) 2000 Philippines (045) 4551367, (045) 8617496, 09064605423, 09227324956 kimilicious78@gmail.com; makimberly.magtoto@yahoo.com

18 years old (4 tabs) February 07, 1991

5’1” 120 lbs.

(4 tabs)

Single Filipino

Position Aspired for: (2 tabs)

Issue and Policy Analysis Cluster Secretary-Treasurer

Education:

Bachelor of Science Major in Legal Management (2011) Minor in Literature Ateneo de Manila University

Co-Curricular Activities:

Vice-president (2009-2010), Communications Department, “The Assembly Channel” Logistics Committee (2009-2010), “Art, Music, and Politics” Logistics Committee (20092010), “Ballot Box! Rummage Sale” Volunteer (2009-2010), “Politalk: A Forum on the Automations of the 2010 Elections” Logistics Committee (2009-2010), “Politalk: Behind the Hype of Elections 2010” Logistics Committee (2009-2010), “SPLAT! Socio-political Arts Night” Project Head (2008-2009), The Assembly “Educational Discussion” Project Head (2009-2010), “SportsFest” Project Head (20092010), Matanglawin Senior-political attaché (2009-2010), Association of Political Science Organizations of the Philippines (APSOP) “Fete Du Film” Volunteer (2008-2009), Ateneo Student Exchange Council (ASEC)

Work-Related Experience:

Formulated an industry study for Robinsons Bank (2008-2009) Devised an operations audit for Asahi Electrical Manufacturing Corporation (2009-2010) Conducted a marketing plan for Procter and Gamble’s Perla soap (2009-2010)

Seminars Attended:

Participant, The Assembly Planning Seminar (May 3-5, 2009) Participant, The Assembly Evaluation Seminar (October 23-25, 2009)

Skills:

I have good writing and research skills. I enjoy interacting with people. I can speak Basic Spanish and French. I am a very organized and conscientious person. I work gracefully under pressure. I can finish a book in one-sitting.

Interests:

In my spare time, I enjoy reading books, watching movies, listening to music, and reading Hollywood gossips. I deeply value spending time with my family and friends.

Different Paths. One DestiNATION. Room 205, Manny V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines||4266001 loc. 5050|| Fax: 4260795 ||coa0910@gmail.com


Council of Organizations of the Ateneo

Central Board Elections 2009-2010: Electoral Form

III. PLATFORM You are allowed to have more than four (4) Main Points. USE PROPER FORMAT. Strictly ONE (1) LINE ONLY for each Main Point and NO MORE THAN SEVEN (7) LINES for the details. Note: A sentence does not automatically correspond to one line. 1)

Main Point: Recognize and strengthen the identity of each organization within the Issue and Policy Analysis cluster. Details: The diversity of the organizations under the cluster will be taken advantage of by strengthening their respective identities. True, identity is hard to promote for it cannot be achieve with just one blow. It can only be reached if we persistently aim for it. The cluster must first be able to establish a solid identity for its member organizations by focusing on the core competencies of the same, so as to engage more students in their future projects.

2)

Main Point: Increase the visibility of the organizations under the Issue and Policy Analysis cluster. Details: With the issues tackled by the cluster this year, ranging from the overglorification of the Aquinos and overdemonization of the Marcosâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to the Halalan 2010 in February, Kapihan session was frequented by only a few people. This insinuates that the cluster does not reach enough people to engage in the evaluation of relevant issues. Hence, in the coming school year, the cluster will be made more visible by generating stands as brilliant as those created this school year, but far more comprehendible. Shortened, creative versions of the stands will be published such that at first glance, people already know what the respective organizations stand for. More so, flagship projects will be documented and uploaded in social networking sites so as to update people within and outside the cluster.

3)

Main Point: Better means of information dissemination will be used. Details: Issue and Policy Analysis Cluster accounts will be put up on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Plurk so as to provide better means of communication. Records of meetings, projects, and programs will be furnished to the presidents not just through e-mail and text, but also through the social networking sites commonly used today. This will prohibit concerned people from missing out on important information and updates, enhancing the efficiency and effectivity of the cluster.

4)

Main Point: Come up with a State of the University Address evaluating the issues and policies within the school. Details: Staying true to what IPA stands for, the cluster will come up with two State of the University Address(es), which will summarize and evaluate what the school government committed and omitted to do in the course of the school year. These addresses will be launched a month before the end of each semester to cover as much accomplishments and failures as possible. More so, if certain issues will arise within the school year, this will also be engaged in by the organizations under the cluster, using their respective core competencies in evaluating the same, so as to provide the student body with diverse perspectives.

Different Paths. One DestiNATION. Room 205, Manny V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines||4266001 loc. 5050|| Fax: 4260795 ||coa0910@gmail.com


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