Gerardo Borromeo at the US-Philippines Society Courtesy Call to Malacañang
By: ptcadminacess



PTC CEO Gerardo Borromeo joined members of the US-Philippines Society where he currently serves as one of the directors, in a courtesy call to President Rodrigo Duterte last February 20 at the Malacañan Palace.

Present during the courtesy call were Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez, Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año, National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr., Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Enrique Manalo, and Philippine Ambassador to the US Jose Manuel Romualdez.

On the US-Philippines Society side were US-Philippines Society co-chair Manuel Pangilinan, US Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim, US-Philippines Society President Amb. John Maisto, US-Philippines Executive Director Hank Hendrickson, and other business, professional and civic leaders from the Philippines and the United States.

The US-Philippines Society is an independent, non-partisan, bi-national organization that plays an important role in fostering mutual understanding between the United States and the Philippines. Headquartered in Washington, DC, the society was launched in 2012 with the mission of enhancing and strengthening the Philippine-US relationship while raising awareness of today’s Philippines through programs on business, governance, culture, shared history, education, strategic issues, and conflict resolution.

Over the last seven years, the US-Philippines Society has provided assistance for disaster relief and rehabilitation.  In 2018, it raised funds to provide health, education, and livelihood assistance to families displaced in Marawi City.

PTC CEO Gerardo Borromeo joined members of the US-Philippines Society where he currently serves as one of the directors, in a courtesy call to President Rodrigo Duterte last February 20 at the Malacañang Palace.