The College of Business and Accountancy welcomes the two dynamic forces to its family.
Mrs. Agnes Inte Estrera. (The name Agnes is a Latinized form of the Greek name Ayvn (Hagne), derived from Greek ayvos (hagnos) meaning “chaste.” Saint Agnes was a virgin martyred during the persecutions of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. The name became associated with Latin agnus “lamb”, resulting in the saint’s frequent depiction with a lamb by her side. The name became common in Christian Europe, being especially popular in England in the Middle Ages.)
Agnes, or Josie as affectionately called by friends, is a Bachelor of Science in Tourism graduate from the University of San Jose Recoletos. She earned 39 units in Master’s in Business Administration at the University of Cebu. Last July 20, 2008, she completed her Diploma in Professional Education at Cebu State College of Science and Technology. She is married to SPO1 Camilo M. Estrera Jr.; they were blessed with two children, Camille Paz and Jhim Raymund. Prior to her employment at Holy Name University, Mrs. Estrera practiced her profession in diverse companies in Cebu. She was the Marketing Coordinator of Gonuts Donuts from August to October 2008. She also worked as a Tour and Sales Supervisor at Gateway Travel and Tours and Global Access Travel and Tours. She was designated as Hotel Manager at Executive Royal Inn and the Banquet Coordinator at Crown Regency Suites in Mactan where she honed up her proficiency in Hotel and Restaurant Management. Josie is an active affiliate of the Brotherhood of Christian Businessmen and Professionals (BCBP) of which she is the Assistant Action Group Leader.
Mr. Dwight B. Ebojo, CPA. (The name Dwight is pronounced Rhymes with light. It is of Flemish origin, and its meaning is “white” or “blonde” or a “wise person”).
Dwight earned a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy in 2007 at Holy Name University and graduated Cum Laude. He was an awardee in Community Involvement, Leadership, and Journalism Excellence. Just recently, he passed the CPA board examination. His high school years, he claimed, has contributed immensely to what he is now. He was then a class valedictorian who gained prestigious awards such as the Pres. GMA Gold Medal for Academic Excellence, Gerry Roxas Leadership Award, and Award for Excellence in Journalism. Mr. Ebojo was connected with the First Congressional District Office, Province of Bohol as news writer from year 2003-2007. He was also a Sports Columnist/Correspondent in the Tagbilaran Forum Broadsheet. Way back in College, this man achieved recognitions in his involvement with various civic and institutional affiliations. He served as secretary of Bohol “Sandugo” Jaycees, President of Sangguniang Kabataan Federation in the Municipality of Dauis, Member of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines, and Managing Editor of the WORD (the official Publication of Holy Name University). Because of his perseverance and allegiance to his toil, he was chosen as one of the international delegates during the 2006 ASEN-ROK Youth and Cultural Exchange Program in Seoul, South Korea. In May 2005, he represented the Philippines in the First International Student Symposium on Environmental Education sponsored by Seisen University in Tokyo, Japan.
Mr. Ebojo is also a sport aficionado who loves to go fishing, play basketball, badminton, billiards, and table tennis.