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Jaime Gaerlan Del Rosario

posted Aug 24, 2014, 10:26 PM by Alumni Affairs| Office of Advancement ‎(OADV)‎   [ updated Aug 24, 2014, 10:41 PM ]


Degree and Year graduated: M. Eng. in October 1980
Division/School: School of Advanced Technologies
Division: Computer Applications

Work Experience
• President  &  Managing  Director of  Accenture  Philippines from 2001-2002.
• Country  Managing  Partner  of  Andersen  Consulting Phils  from  1994-2000, Partner  in-charge,  Manufacturing  & Distribution Sector, SGV-Andersen Consulting,1985-1993.
• Andersen Consulting Asia Partner  in-charge,  Process Competence,  1998-2000.
•  ASEAN Managing  Partner,  Andersen Consulting’s Food & Consumer Products Practice, 1996-1998.
• Chairman & President, One Small Step Forward Foundation, Inc.  (OSSFFI),  the Family  advocacy  set  up by  the Del Rosario couple in 2003.
• Chief  Executive  Officer, Institute of Advance Computer Tech., 1994-1998.
• Director, eTelecare ,2007-2009

Other Education

• BS in Industrial Engineering & Operations Research, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, 1976

Awards & Recognitions

• Awardee,  U.P.’s  100 Outstanding Alumni  Engineers  of the Century,
Awarded in celebration of  the  100th  Anniversary of the College of Engineering, University of the Philippines, 2010
• Most  Outstanding  Alumni, Philippine Science High School Alumni Association, 2002.
• Sycip Award, by SGV & Co. 1983...Professional and Community contributions.• Weekly columnist for the business World (On the leading Edge on Business Labor and Management 19882-2002. regular contributor, Computer World Phils and Fookien Times The Philippines Yearbook..• Author, 1984 Philippines Businessman’s Guide Microcomputers.• Chairman  President , Philippine Science High School Foundation Inc., 2004-2007
• OSSFFI continues to help improve the delivery of Public Elementary School education, by donating school rooms, books, audio-video aids, educational games, and building research laboratories; and libraries. Providing  after school academic programs such as iSipnayan Math, computer literacy classes, and iRead, an English reading comprehension program; conducting regular story telling  sessions; assisting public schools with infrastructure and equipment needs; offering summer sports clinics; providing review Class scholarships to academic achievers; coaching teams for inter-school math competitions, etc. 
The resources are currently concentrated on Quezon City’s public elementary school system.




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