University of St. La Salle

GMA Masterclass at USLS features leading tv execs for The ICONS series

The University of St. La Salle hosted for the second time the GMA Masterclass: The Icons Series, at the St. La Salle Coliseum on May 3 with GMA Network executives serving as resource persons.

Featured during the event were GMA's Senior Vice President for Corporate Strategic Planning and Business Development, and Concurrent Chief Risk Officer and Head of Program Support Regie C. Bautista and Senior Vice President for Entertainment Group Lilybeth G. Rasonable.

Meanwhile, Kapuso sportscaster Martin Javier and GMA Regional TV personality Kaitleen Rivilla were the Masterclass hosts with celebrity singer Hannah Precillas providing musical performances.

The Masterclass event drew over 1500 attendees who were primarily students from the Liceo De La Salle Senior High School, AB Communication Department, AB IDS Department and the BSBA - Marketing Management Department. Other attendees were present via the online platform, Zoom.

In his welcome remarks, USLS President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Severino Martinez FSC described the GMA Masterclass as an “opportunity for students to be mentored by the best in the industry“.

The Brother President added that education is “our investment towards the future of our country.”

The GMA Masterclass is an award winning event that aims to provide a learning experience for the students through the insights and experiences of notable personalities from different fields.

“With our aim to provide another venue for discourse, ‘GMA Masterclass: The Icons Series’ will continue to inspire more Filipinos to uphold our campaign for truth and education,” said First Vice President and Head of GMA Regional TV and Synergy, and Acting Head of GMA Integrated News Oliver Victor B. Amoroso.

This event at USLS was made possible through the efforts of the Office of the President and Chancellor, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Mission and Development and the Center for Marketing and Communications.

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