New organizational structure of TESDA Women’s Center
The new TESDA Women’s Center’s Organizational Structure was the result of the agency wide Rationalization Plan of TESDA. Under the new structure, TWC is transferred under the supervision of TESDA National Capital Region. It now has three units, the Training Management Unit (TMU), Finance and Administrative Support Services Unit (FASSU) and the Research, Advocacy, Gender and Development Unit (RAGADU).
The management is headed by TESDA NCR Regional Director Nenuca E. Tangonan who has supervision over the TESDA Women’s Center. Ms. Maria Clara B. Ignacio is the Center Chief and Ms. Mylene H. Somera is the Supervising TESD. Ms. Gerrelen D. Balbin is the unit head of the Training Management Unit (TMU) comprised by trainers, registrar, guidance counsel, employment/industry coordinator and staff of the information and referral office. Ms. Mylene H. Somera heads the Finance and Administrative Support Services Unit (FASSU) composed of admin personnel, financial analyst, cashier, human resource staff and canteen personnel. Ms. Lucia P. Tabu is the head of Research, Advocacy, Gender and Development Unit (RAGADU). The unit deals with the research-studies, evaluation and formulation and monitoring of relevant institutional policies and development of advocacy materials for the communication campaign of the center. It is also the lead in TESDA-wide GAD program implementation, monitoring and reporting.