University President Dr. Winston Conrad B. Padojinog was recently featured in the latest issue of The Education Magazine as one of “The 10 Most Agile Education Leaders in the APAC, 2021.” From the article:
“The ability to steer an educational institution toward a safe shore when the seas are turbulent is crucial for an education leader. Nothing is clearer than this when the coronavirus pandemic shut down schools and colleges in some parts of the world. However, for Dr. Winston Conrad B. Padojinog, president of the Philippine-based University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P), his economics background and business acumen, coupled with his vast experience in the academe, help maneuver the fluid conditions that surround the education sector at present.
“A professor of industrial economics and strategic management, Dr. Padojinog possesses extensive experience and research in the field as an industry economist, business strategist, and business sustainability economist. As an important personality within the university, he ensures to nurture the academic values of UA&P and pivot it towards growth and development.
“Dr. Padojinog has worked with a variety of experts and organizations, namely industry associations, policymaking bodies, and companies for their industry policy, corporate strategy, and many more. He holds an impressive portfolio as an education leader and has spoken on various international and local forums to discuss important issues and policies. Moreover, he has also been a part of several non-government organizations that promote good governance and education for the less privileged.”
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Read the full article here.