Estrope is CEU-Malolos Outstanding Alumni awardee for Professional Achievements


CITY OF MALOLOS-Philippine Daily Inquirer Correspondent and NEWS CORE Bulacan publisher and editor-in-chief (EIC) Carmela Bautista Reyes-Estrope was awarded Outstanding Alumni of Centro Escolar University (CEU) Malolos during its 45th Founding Anniversary celebration and Grand Alumni Homecoming held at its Centrodome in this city on Saturday, Dec. 9. 
Estrope bags the recognition for Professional Achievements. 
Estrope has been in the journalism profession for 30 years now. She graduated at CEU-Malolos with AB Journalism in 1990. 
She has been with the Inquirer for 25 ywars now and publisher/EIC of News Core since its establishment in 2006. 
Estrope took up masters units in History and Journalism in UP Diliman in 1993-1995 and also took up law at San Sebastian College of Law in 1996-1997. 
During her early years in the media, she also wrote for Manila Standard and Philippine Tribune and was assigned in Metro Manila. 
She also had taught journalism in Bulacan State University from 2010-2012 includinh English and journalsim subjects in Marcelo H. Del Pilar National High School. 
Estrope has attended more than a hundred seminars on different fields in journalism and had been awarded with Gawad Plaridel several times by the Provincial Government of Bulacan including other distinguished awards. 
On Nov. 13, she received the 16th Brightleaf Agriculture Journalism Awards in Makati City. 
She is also a member of various media groups in the country and had also served as its presidents. She was elected Bulacan President in 2015 and served for two years until 2017. 
She is the immediate past president of the Central Luzon Media Association (CLMA) where she 

Carmela Reyes-Estrope (sixth from left), with the other Outsanding Alumni awardees during CEU-Malolos 4th Founding Anniversry held at CEU-Malolos Centrodome on Dec. 9. Contributed photo

was awarded with Outstanding Leadership Recognition during its 45th foundation anniversary celebration in Subic Bay Freeport on Sept. 22.

She is the founding president and chairperson of the newly created Central Luzon Media-Citizen Council which aims to help media members facing complaints of libel by aggrieved news sources and also to remind her rank in the region of the needed accountability and responsibility in the profession to maintain a good and harmonious relationship with their news sources.

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