Gotianun is new Semirara president
SEMIRARA Mining and Power Corp. has formally named Ma. Cristina Gotianun to succeed Victor Almeda Consunji, who succumbed to pancreatic cancer in late December, as its chief.
In a disclosure on Monday, the listed mining and oil company said her appointment as its president and chief operating officer took effect last Friday.
Semirara Mining previously appointed Gotianun as officer-in-charge of the firm, as well as its subsidiaries SEM-Calaca Power Corp. and Southwest Luzon Power Generation Corp., on Jan. 4.
Prior to her appointment, Gotianun was the company’s executive vice president and chief information officer.
Gotianun is the director and corporate secretary of Dacon Corp.; vice president for finance and administration/chief financial officer of D.M. Consunji Inc.; and finance director of DMC-Project Developers Inc.
She is also director and treasurer of SCPC, SLPGC, Semirara Claystone Inc., Semirara Energy Utilities Inc., St. Raphael Power Generation Corp., SEM- Balayan Power Generation Corp., DMCI Power Corp., DMCI Masbate Power Corp., and SEM-Cal Industrial Park Developers Inc.
Gotianun is also the director of Daveprime Holdings Inc.; assistant treasurer of DMCI Holdings Inc.; and a trustee, CFO, and corporate secretary of Divine Word School of Semirara Island Inc.
She graduated with a BS Business Economics degree from the University of the Philippines.
A unit of DMCI Holdings Inc., Semirara Mining owns and mines its own fuel source, enabling it to generate affordable baseload power for the Luzon and Visayas grids.