To prepare the accountancy students for the inevitable phenomenon of being a member of the Philippine workforce in the foreseeable five years, it is only fitting that the organization to which the basis of its enactment is to provide efficient academic and non-academic programs to NCBA’s accountancy students, conduct a webinar that focuses on discussing the 4 main industries in the Accountancy profession.
To further their knowledge on the pros and cons of working in any of the industries, the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants-NCBA Cubao invited competent professionals who have succeeded in their respective accounting industry.
The speakers were the following:
- Francheska Dela Cruz, CPA, MsA – Financial Analyst at Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
- Alfred Cesar Quinsay, CPA, CMC, MBA – Founder of ACCQ Consultancy
- Visitacion P. Maribbay, CPA, MBA – former Chief Audit Officer
- Edwin P. Bernal, ME, DBA, CPA – Former Academic Director of NCBA
JPIA also invited Mr. Brad Dela Cruz, MBA to discuss the advancements in Digital Marketing and how it will continue to improve even after COVID has been eradicated.
The event was graced by the presence of the Assistant Vice President for Marketing and College Registrar of Cubao and Taytay, Mrs. Mariflor M. Uber, MBA where she gave her welcome remarks and thanked the students for choosing NCBA as their vessel of education. It was also attended by the Director of the Office Student Affairs, Mrs. Zenaida T. Miranda, LPT, MAT where she delivered the closing remarks.
The organization would like to thank Dr. Cirila L. Eden – CAO, Mr. Edwin Lorenzo P. Torres – VP Finance, Ma’am Marie Uber – AVP Marketing, Ma’am Zeny Miranda – OSA, Dr. John Ursua, and Ms. Vis Maribbay for the tremendous support. Without them, this would not have been possible.
The highlight of every event that JPIA sponsors and organizes, the accountancy students will forever be thanked because of their usual cooperation and undying support to our initiatives.
They are eternally tantamount in the execution of our ideas.
by: Stephen James C. Cachuela