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PEMEA BOT Election

Mechanics for voting

1.Only PEMEA members are eligible to vote for the new set of board of trustees. Those who did not apply for membership and did not pay the membership fee should not cast their votes.

2.Choose only 5 nominees.

3.Click the button "vote" below to start voting.

4.The five nominees with highest votes will win and will join the eight current BOT to complete the 13-member BOT.

5.The new set of 13 board members will nominate and vote among themselves for the different positions in the Board.

6.Announcement of the new set of BOT, from the President to Board members will be announced on May 28.

Nominees for PEMEA Board of Trustees

Dr. Carlo Magno


Founder, Center for Learning and Assessment Development-Asia


Highest Education:

Ph.D. in Educ’l Psychology, Major in Measurement  and Evaluation, De La Salle University



2008 Outstanding Scientific Paper in Social Science  (NAST) 

2009 Honorary Regional Adviser,  Time Taylor International 

2011 Research Fellow, SEAMEO INNOTECH

2011 Outstanding Young Scientist, NAST

2012 Global Scientist,  Global Science Academy


Editor/Associate Editor:

Educational Measurement and Evaluation Review (PEMEA)

Philippine ESL Journal

Frontiers in Psychology

South African Journal of Psychology


Membership in PEMEA:

Fellow, 2010

Chairman and President, 2014-2018

Ex-Officio President, 2018-present


Research and Publications:

He has published numerous articles and research in ISI, SCOPUS refereed journals, local and international journals.  He also has published a number of books.   His research citations in 2017 include:  Google Scholar 1,010 Citations (March 2019), h-index of 16, i10-index of 23 Webometrics Ranking of Scientists in the Philippines, top 91 across 453 scientists.  He was also involved in different technical committees of DepEd, CHED and SEAMO-INNOTECH and in externally-funded projects.

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Dr. Glen Mangali


Associate Prof, San Juan De Letran - Manila


Highest Education:

Ph.D. Science Education, Philippine Normal University-Manila


Membership in PEMEA: 

Member, 2019-2020


Research and Publications:

He has published numerous textbooks and modules and has published articles and studies in journals.

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Mr. Dexter Ngo


Gen. Manager, Rex Institute for Student Excellence, Inc.

General Manger - Basic Education, Rex Education 


Highest Education:

B.S. in Commerce, Major in Business Administration, University of Santo Tomas


Membership in PEMEA:

Member, 2017-2018


Research and Publications:

He has published articles and research ISI, SCOPUS refereed journals,  and other local and international journals. He has presented research on educational assessment in different conferences.

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Dr. Jerome Ouano


Associate Professor, Counseling & Educational  Psychology Dept., De La Salle University, Manila


Highest Education:

Ph.D in Educational Psychology, Major in Learning and Human Development in Schools



2018 Outstanding Contribution to Counselor Education and Research, Phil. Association for Counselor Education, Research & Supervision (PACERS)



Chief Editor, Philippine Journal of Counseling Psychology


Membership in PEMEA: 

Member,  2019-Present


Research and Publications:

He has published articles and research in ISI/SCOPUS indexed and international peer-reviewed journals, chapters in internationally circulated (edited) books, non-peer reviewed and non-abstracted journals, textbooks,   and national journals.  He has also been involved in a number of commissioned research projects.


Dr. Marife Mamauag

Affiliation: Assessment Consultant-Senior Lecturer, HELP University, Kuala Lumpur


Highest Education:

PhD in Educational Psychology, Major in Measurement and Evaluation, De La Salle University



2019 Emerging Leader Scholarship, Asia Pacific Career Development Association


Membership in PEMEA: 

Founding Member, Treasurer, 2008-2010

Head, Test and Development Specialty Division, 2018-present

Fellow, 2010

Secretary, 2011-2013


Research and Publications:

She has developed over 20 standardized educational and psychological tests/scales.

Presented papers in international conferences (ITC, ICP, ARUPS, MIPC, APCDA)

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Dr. Marie Antonette Dunga-Vargas


Department of Psychology, University of Santo Tomas

Clinical Psychologist/Consultant, ChildFam-Possibilities

Pain Psychologist/ Clinical Psychologist, Manila Doctors Hospital


Highest Education: Ph.D, Major in Clinical Psychology, UST 


Licensed Psychologist, Psychometrician; Certified Assessment Psychologist, Cognitive Behavior Therapist


Membership in PEMEA: 

Board Secretary, 2012-2014

Fellow, 2012

Board of Trustees, 2014-2017


Research and Publications:

She has published articles and research in different local and international journals.

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Dr. Teresita Rungduin


Professor V., College of Graduate Studies and Teacher Education Research Philippine Normal University


Highest Education:  Ph.D. Major in Developmental Psychology & Minor in Clinical Psychology, University of the Philippines – Diliman



Civil Service Licensed Teacher, Psychologist & Psychometrician


Memberships in PEMEA: 

Fellow, 2014

Member, 2014-present


Research and Publications:

She has published numerous articles and studies in ISI SCOPUS Publications, CHED-Accredited Journals, International Refereed Journals, National-Based Journals, University-Based Journals, Book Chapters, and Conference Proceedings. She was also involved in funded-research projects and has received grants for research studies.

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Mr. Neil Parinas


Vice President, for La Salle Mission and Student Life, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde


Highest Education:

MS in Educational Measurement & Evaluation, DLSU

PhD in Educ’l Psychology, Major in Educ’l Measurement and Evaluation, DLSU (Cand.) 


Membership in PEMEA: 

Founding Member and Vice-President, 2008-2012

Fellow, 2010


Research and Publications:

As once the head of the CSB CLPA Office, he has developed appraisal forms for the performance of teachers, staff and administrators; and assessing institutional accountability, and the quality of academic and administrative services in DLS-CSB.

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