/ 03:27 AM February 21, 2016

PHILIPPINE DAILY Inquirer President and CEO Alexandra Prieto-Romualdez graced the induction ceremony of the 2016 PMAP Officers and Board of Trustees held during the organization’s 612th General Membership Meeting (GMM) at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila last January 27.

Prieto-Romualdez, who was the Inducting Officer of the event, also gave a talk about “Unlocking Mindset, Creating Value” which is this year’s theme of PMAP. She emphasized the importance of changing mindset from personal to organizational to national, especially in this fast-paced world and for the upcoming national election.


Prieto-Romuladez said, “The coming presidential election is a challenge to us to change our mindset of what we expect of politicians.” She believes that we need to be informed, at least get to know our candidates even down to the level of barangay captains and councillors.

She shared that the Philippine Daily Inquirer, one of the nation’s leading newspaper, does not strive for changes only within the organization. Its agenda-setting stories aim to bring about positive, meaningful change.


“The need to change and move out of complacency starts with awareness. Watch out when you start to have that mindset that you cannot change things… that it is better to keep things the way they are… that competition will never outdo you,” she stressed.

Prieto-Romuldez, also reminded PMAP members that the organization can make a big difference in choosing for the next President of the country with its 14 million spear of influence.

Philippine Daily Inquirer President and CEO Alexandra Prieto – Romualdez receiving a token of appreciation after her inspiring speech from 2016 PMAP President Jesse Francis N. Rebustillo (right) and Immediate Past President Roberto M. Policarpio, AFPM.

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