NCCA-NCLIS Executive Council, 2008

Chair Atty. Antonio M. Santos
UP College of Law Library
Diliman, QC
Vice Chair Dr. Marianita D. Dablio
Mindanao State University
Dept of Library and Information Science
Secretary Ms Rebecca B. Napiere
Leyte State University
Assistant Secretary Ms Lourdes Soriano*
Laguna Provincial Library
Sta. Cruz, Laguna


PRO Cynthia Y. Dagus
Cebu Institute of Technology
Cebu City
ExeCon Members Rosemarie Ante
Aquinas University of Legazpi
Legazpi City

Prof. Thelma S. Kim

Arabella M. Ananoria
Univ of Negros Occidental-Recoletos
Bacolod City

Ms Susima Gonzales
Ermita, Manila

Flora A. Valmonte
The National Library
Ermita, Manila

Fr. Paul M. de Vera

Illuminada W. Yap
Ateneo de Zamboanga University
Zamboanga City

Claudette V. Albano
Xavier University
Cagayan de Oro City

from a NCLIS brochure:

The National Committee on Libraries and Information Services (NCLIS), under the Subcommission on Cultural Heritage (SCH), is one of the 22 national committees under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the cultural arm of the government. It is mandated to formulate policy guidelines, as well as plan, develop, and implement programs or projects that will promote the advancement of library and information services in the country, with particular emphasis on the enrichment of the arts and culture collections of libraries nationwide.


A progressive and knowledge-based Philippines with a network of libraries and information centers providing access to local/global information.


Promote and strengthen life-long learning through the development of library and information services, the revitalization of library and information resources on humanities, arts and culture, and the re-tooling of library information.


1. To formulate policy guidelines for the development and expansion of library and information services;
2. To conceptualize, develop and implement programs and
projects that will:

• Upgrade the knowledge and skills of people engaged in library and information services; and
• Promote networking or resource sharing among libraries and information centers.

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