School Officials named
The National College of Business and Arts, from its humble beginnings to what it is at present, has been providing quality education to its students.
Such accomplishments can be traced back through the leadership and dedication of all concerned: teaching and non-teaching staff, and the Board of Directors.
After several years of dedication to NCBA as an education leaders, President Atty. Jose R. Torres, Jr. and Mrs. Gloria C.Meñez, the Vice-President for Finance retired from their post on December 31, 2009.
Effective January 2010, the Assistant Vice-President-Finance Director, Mr. Cesar C. Meñez, is the new school president while Mr. Edwin P. Torres, the former Officer-in-Charge of NCBA Taytay and Assistant Vice-President-Chief Accountant, will serve as the Vice-President for Finance.
NCBA Taytay welcomes and congratulates the former Ms. Ester Tandico Pasion now Mrs. Ester Pasion-David, as the new Officer-in-Charge.
Mrs. David is the eldest daughter of the founder and first president of the National College of Business and Arts Doroteo S. Pasion (aka DS). She is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Accounting at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. Mrs. Pasion-David passed the CPA Board examination.
She started her career after graduation at the Philippine National Bank. She migrated to US and worked as staff accountant at Avon Products, Inc. in New York then went to California and worked as Accounting and HR Manager for ALCATEL. Her Last working stint is with TRI-FAB Associates, INC as Controller. In addition, she is co-author of different accounting books.
She is married to Mr. Manuel David - a Database Administrator, a programmer CIS, IT for Scripps Hospital in San Diego, where she had three (3) kids named Marie, Melissa, and Andrew.
Marie is a practicing doctor in California, Melissa is a nurse at Stanford Hospital, and Andrew is an accountant like his mom.
Mrs. David believes in the golden rule "Do not do unto others what you do not want others do unto you". She envisions NCBA as a school where leaders of tomorrow will be coming from