Southville International School and Colleges has appointed Ms. Jocelyn P. Tizon as acting president to advance the mission and vision of the school. Tizon, who holds a Master of Business Administration from American City University and is finishing a PhD in Management from the Lyceum of the Philippines, brings to the position nineteen years of experience in senior leadership at SISC. She will succeed Dr. Marl V. Ferenal who has announced his intent to retire after serving a 19-year tenure as chief executive.
Before her newest appointment, Tizon has served as Executive Vice President and Vice President for Administration of SISC responsible for the effective and efficient management and delivery of administrative programs and services that support the academic endeavors. Recognized for her work in training and development, education and learning, and campus administration, she has served as Executive Director of the Asian Association of School Human Resource Management and Development Practitioners, Inc since 1999.
She co-wrote several books that include Strategic Human Resource Management: Local and Global Perspectives, Job Ranking and Salary Schemes for Schools, and Compensation and Benchmark Survey in Schools in the Philippines.
Tizon has also taught in the areas of business administration and human resource management at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. She is uniquely positioned to lead SISC into an exciting new era with her administrative experience and scholarly work.