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Nov 25, 2020

The List of C.E.O.s for the Respective Government Ministries

A new list of Chief Executive Officers in the respective government ministries has been published and released through the office of Prime Minister John Briceno.  They are as follows:  Narda Garcia goes to the Office of the Prime Minister, while Doctor Lesbia Guerra has been appointed to the Ministry of Natural Resources, Petroleum and Mining.  Former Minister Servulo Baeza will serve as C.E.O. in the Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Enterprise.  Marconi Leal Junior has been assigned to the Ministry of Public Utilities and Logistics, while Victor Espat is C.E.O. in Infrastructure Development and Housing.  Dian Castillo Maheia replaces Deborah Domingo as C.E.O. in Education, Culture, Science and Technology.  Former B.D.F. Commander, Retired Brigadier General Dario Tapia will head the Ministry of National Defence and Border Security as its incoming C.E.O.   Valentino Shal goes to Rural Transformation, Community Development, Labour and Local Government.   Tanya Santos-Neal takes over from former C.E.O. Judith Alpuche in the Human Development, Families and Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs.  Kevin Arthurs goes to Home Affairs and New Growth Industries.   Jose Urbina is now C.E.O. to Youth, Sports and E-Governance, while Doctor Deysi Mendez will take up her office at the Ministry of Health and Wellness.  Working along with Tourism Minister Anthony Mahler is C.E.O. Nicole Usher Solano for Tourism and Diaspora Relations. Kennedy Carrillo will serve as C.E.O. of the Blue Economy and Civil Aviation Ministry, while Doctor Osbert Martinez will be C.E.O. in the Ministry of Public Service, Constitutional and Political Reform. Former Foreign Affairs C.E.O. Amalia Mai goes back to the Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Ministry.

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