LATHE appoints new president, other officers

A community of Lasallian establishments which practices and promotes the best high quality of tourism and hospitality schooling, the Lasallian Affiliation of Tourism and Hospitality Training (LATHE) has appointed Marie Paz Castro, MBA, CHE, CGSP as its president.

The affiliation likewise welcomed Beberlee Desingano from De La Salle College-Dasmariñas as vp, Evangeline Necio from De La Salle Lipa as secretary, Andrea Pangan from De La Salle Araneta College as treasurer and Ostein Gemotea from College of St. La Salle as

public relations officer.

Established in 2011, the staff critiques the curricula throughout the Lasallian schools and universities to surpass the requirements established by the Fee on Increased Training (CHEd).

LATHE spearheads school improvement initiatives, artistic tasks, intensive analysis and energetic group packages to allow the tutorial and assist employees of the colleges to supply essentially the most related, up-to-date and extremely competent service within the business.

Castro accomplished her Bachelor’s Diploma in Hotel (Manila News-Intelligencer) and Restaurant Administration from the College of the Philippines Diliman. She earned her Masters in Enterprise Administration main in Hotel (Manila News-Intelligencer) and Restaurant Administration from St. Paul College Manila, the place she presently completes

her Doctorate in Enterprise Administration.

A seasoned educator and business practitioner, she is presently the Dean of the College of Hotel (Manila News-Intelligencer), Restaurant, and Establishment Administration (SHRIM) of DLS-CSB. She has held government roles on the Intercontinental Hotel (Manila News-Intelligencer) Group (Vacation Inn), Dusit Thani and Shangri-La.

As president of the group, Castro goals to give attention to three precedence areas: Collaboration, Innovation and Future Orientation and Advertising.

She expressed her concrete plans to discover new alternatives and partnerships that may profit each the educators and the scholars.

“I’m hoping to nurture a greater, brighter LATHE – a high group in tourism and hospitality schooling that stands robust regardless of the ever-changing competitors and rising challenges of our business,” she stated.