Sandy Ocampo

Congresswoman, 6th District, Manila

 

Sandy Ocampo (r) and  SPCM HS'78 batchmate Nani Sehwani during Balik Iskul '03.  A popular 3-term congresswoman representing   Manila's  6th District,  Sandy is favored to regain  former position in May 2004 election.

 

All the best, Sandy!

 

 

 

Lakas bet chides Comelec for delisting her name

Source: http://www.journal.com.ph/news.asp?pid=1&sid=1&nid=201&month=4&day=28&year=2004

LAKAS congressional candidate Sandy Ocampo yesterday chided the Commission on Elections (Comelec) for mistakenly delisting her name in flyers and sample ballots printed by the poll body.

Ocampo, who is running in the 6th district of Manila, called the mistake an "ill-motivated booboo."

The said flyers containing the list of candidates are being mailed to voters by the Comelec.

"Kami ang number one na taga-suporta ni Pangulong Macapagal-Arroyo at Manila Mayor Lito Atienza, tapos kami pa ang wala sa opisyal na listahan ng Comelec," Ocampo lamented (rightmost, with Mayor Atienza and GMA last January 2004).

"I find it absurd and flimsy for the Comelec officials to just dismiss this case as a printing error. How can they miss my name when I am the only one in the list of candidates for the congressional seat in the 6th district of Manila who has actually served not only once but three times in the past? There is no excuse for this grave error and from the looks for it, it is another Comelec booboo," she added.

 

It was learned that several Comelec officials went to Ocampo's house a couple of days ago to explain the incident. The Comelec officials reportedly suggested to insert Ocampo's name in the more than 200,000 voter's list forms by using stamps.

However, Ocampo reportedly refused.

Ocampo also asked Comelec Chairman Benjamin Abalos to ensure fair and honest elections in the 6th district to avoid a repeat of the incidents that happened during the 2001 elections. Ocampo claimed jailed Congressman Mark Jimenez won that elections by allegedly engaging in massive vote buying.

 

Wednesday, April 28, 2004

6:20:43 PM

 

 

Personal Information

(Source: http://www.i-site.ph/Databases/ElectionFiles/Representatives/district/personal/ocampo-personal.html )

 

OCAMPO, Rosenda Ann Malabanan

 

District: Manila, 6th district

 

Date of Birth: August 31, 1961

Place of Birth: Sta. Ana, Manila

 

Civil Status: single

Spouse: n/a††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

Position: n/a

Office: n/a

 

 

Educational Attainment

 

ELEMENTARY

Level

School

Year Graduated

Elementary education

St. Theresaís College

1974

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Level

School

Year Graduated

Secondary education

St. Paulís College

1978

 

COLLEGE

Degree

School

Year Graduated

BS Architecture

University of Santo Tomas

1983

 

 

Career History

Position

Office

Years

Representative, 6th district, Manila

House of Representatives

1992-2001

Councilor

Manila

1988-1992

Chief of staff, office of father, Rep. Pablo V. Ocampo

House of Representatives

1987-1988

Vice president for marketing

GP Homes

no data

Treasurer

GP Development Corp.

no data

 

 

Affiliations

Organization

Position

Pandayan ng Demokrasyang Pilipino

Former director

Samahan ng mga Kaanak ng mga Bayani ng Himagsikang 1896

Former president

Alagad at Konsensya ng Bayan Inc.

Former president

YWCA Manila Chapter

Former honorary chairperson

Sta. Ana Heritage Foundation

Former chairperson of the board

Brotherhood Foundation for Community Development (BFCD)

Former director

National Movement for Young Legislators

Founder/Board member

Phil-Iraqi Parliamentarians Friendship Society

Founder

Phil-Thai Parliamentarians Friendship Society

Founder

Maynila Muna Coalition

Former secretary-general

Young Deputies for Good Government

Former secretary-general

 

 

 

Relatives in Government

(Source: http://www.i-site.ph/Databases/ElectionFiles/Representatives/district/relatives/ocampo-relatives.html )

 

OCAMPO, Rosenda Ann

 

Previous

Name

Position

Office

Year(s) in Office

Relationship

Pablo V. Ocampo IV

Councilor

Manila

1995-1998

Sibling

Pablo V. Ocampo

Representative, 2nd and 4th, Manila

House of Representatives

1965-1972; 1987-1992

Parent

Pablo Ocampo

Representative, Principe and Infanta

Malolos Congress; Philippine Legislature

1898; 1909-1912

Grandfather

 

 

 

Congressional Experience:

HONORABLE ROSENDA ANN "Sandy" MALABANAN OCAMPO

Source: www.congress.gov.ph (as of 18 Jan 99 MST)

 

Congresswoman, 6th District-Manila

`92, `95, `98 NPC-LAMP

Birthdate: August 31, 1961

Profession: Architect

 

Committees:

1-- Tourism (Chairman)

2-- Transportation & Communication (Vice Chairman)

3-- Accounts

4-- Appropriations

5-- Economic Affairs

6-- Human Rights

7-- Ecology

8-- Foreign Affairs

9-- Housing & Urban Development

10-- Local Government

11-- Muslim Affairs

12-- Science & Technology

13-- Trade & Industry

14-- Transportation & Communication

15-- Women

16-- Reforestation

17-- Youth & Sports

Sub-Committee: Municipal Telephone Project (Chairman)

Chief of Staff: Ms. Mayette Ocampo