Comval SP Nena Atamosa is Interim National President of Lady Local Legislator’s League of the Philippines

Compostela Valley Province—  Sangguniang Panlalawigan Member Nena “Ate Nenz” G. Atamosa is the Interim National President of 4L (Lady Local Legislator’s League) of the Philippines. BM Atamosa took her oath together with the National Executive Board of 4L Philippines, Inc. last August 16, 2019  facilitated by the Executive Secretary to the President Atty. Salvador Campo Medialdea as the Inducting Officer in behalf of Senator  Bong Go at the Malacañang Place, Manila Philippines.

Board Member Nena G. Atamosa or “Ate Nenz”  is a radio DJ in a radio station in Comval known as “YK FM”. She is a municipal Councilor for two terms (2007-2010, 2010-2013) in the Municipality of Compostela, Comval Province and was an active member of Lady Local Legislator’s League of the Philippines. Having an embodied spirit to serve the public, BM Atamosa was elected as Board of Director for Mindanao of FOUR-L Philippines Inc. in her last term (2013-2016) as Municipal Councilor of Compostela, Compostela Valley.

In her first term as Board Member of the 1st District of Comval, she was selected as Vice-President for Mindanao of FOUR-L Philippines and with the recently conducted 2019 National and Local Election, some of the National Executive Board Position were available and so by law of succession, she was appointed as the Interim National President of 4L (Lady Local Legislator’s League) of the Philippines during the Board Meeting on June 26, 2019 at Diamond Hotel, Manila Philippines.

Through the Resolution No. 002-2019 “A Resolution Appointing the Interim National Executive Board Officers of Lady Local Legislator’s League of the Philippines for July 2019-January 2020” BM  Atamosa and her colleagues were appointed with their positions in the FOUR-L.

Together with BM Atamosa, City Councilor of Muntinlupa, Stephanie Teves took oath as the Executive Vice President, City Councilor of Butuan, City Atty. Rema E. B urdeos as Interim Secretary General, Municipal Councilor of Impasugong, Bukidnon Jetaime O. Gumban as Interim Treasurer, Councilor of Mabini Bohol, Myra Colis as Interim Auditor, Board Member of Quezon Province, Yna Liwanag-Asistio as Vice President for Luzon.

The Municipal Councilor of Taytay, Rizal, Pia Cabral and Cavite City Councilor Dr. Tagumpay Tapawan were the Board of Directors for Luzon, Board Member of Eastern Samar, Karen Alvarez as Vice President for Visayas, Vice Governor of Siquijor Province Mei Ling Quezon and Vice-Governor of Iloilo Province, Christine Garin were the Board of Directors for Visayas and Board Member of Zamboanga del Norte, Patri Chan as Vice President for Mindanao.

“It is such an overwhelming honor that a group of esteemed ladies of this country will unanimously rise their trusting hands for me to continue to uphold the tenets of FOUR-L Philippines. I am also grateful for having company with same heart, passion and with the same goal in public service-that is to empower the Filipino people particularly the women and children in climate of equality through effective and responsive local legislations, programs and activities. I would be very happy to hold-hands with FOUR-L Philippines and together face the future and continue to be confidently beautiful with a dedicated heart of service.” said BM Atamosa. (Jasteen P. Abella, ID COMVAL)

Comval SP Nena G. Atamosa took her oath as Interim National President of 4L (Lady Local Legislator’s League) of the Philippines together with the National Executive Board of 4L Philippines, Inc. last August 16, 2019  facilitated by the Executive Secretary to the President Atty. Salvador Campo Medialdea as the Inducting Officer in behalf of Senator  Bong Go at the Malacañang Place, Manila Philippines.

Comval SP  Nena G. Atamosa with other appointed officers of the 4L (Lady Local Legislator’s League) of the Philippines.  FOUR-L Philippines  aims to empower the Filipino people particularly women and children with their goals in public service through effective and responsive local legislations, programs and services.

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