Trustee Mylah R. Roque, Filipino, 50 years old, was appointed to the Pag-IBIG Board of Trustees on 19 September 2017.
A photo exhibit held at The National Museum titled, “Marawi: A Year After”, featured her photographs of Marawi after the siege from September to November 2018.
A published writer, Trustee Roque co-authored “Bittersweet Stories of Farm Workers in the Philippines", a book that examines agrarian reform cases in four provinces (Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, Bukidnon, and Davao Oriental), focusing on the best and the worst experience of farmers on CARP. She also contributed to the book “The Right to Vote: Filipinos with Disabilities and the 2013 Elections“, which tells the stories of people with disabilities (PWDs) in exercising their right to vote during the 2013 elections. Both publications were published in 2013.
She graduated with a bachelor's degree in Communication Arts from the University of the Philippines, where she also completed the academic requirements for the Art History graduate program.
Trustee Roque attended the Corporate Governance Orientation Program for GOCCs in 2018. She also attended a training on Equity Portfolio Management held at Makati Shangri-la Hotel last 26 July 2019. For 2020, Trustee Roque attended the trainings on Advanced Corporate Governance Program (11 November 2020) and Creating your Investment Portfolio (15 December 2020).
Data as of January 2021