“THE POOR & THE OPPRESSED” are the people closest to the heart of Jesus and his Mission. His love for them did not end at his compassion for them; he will liberate them. How? Jesus has three ways of liberating the poor and the oppressed in the world.Happy reading!
About Rodolfo Martin Vitangcol
1. WHO AM I?My name is Rodolfo Martin Vitangcol. I am a Filipino. I was born September 5, 1951. I am married with two children. I live in the City of Marikina, Metro Manila.2. WHAT IS MY EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND?I spent my 4-year high school in the seminary—Our Lady of Guadalupe Minor Seminary located in Guadalupe, Makati. I am a graduate of Philippine College of Commerce, which is now Polytechnic University of the Philippines, with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Commerce, majoring in Accounting.3. WHAT IS MY WORK EXPERIENCE?My first job was with BANK OF AMERICA, a foreign bank in the Philippines located in Paseo de Roxas, Makati. I stayed there for six years, after which I went into sales and got connected with UBIX Corporation, selling plain paper copiers. After working with UBIX for two years, I tried selling as a freelancer, handling various products such as real estate, insurance, subscription magazine, and energy-saving devices. After almost seven years in sales, I joined a training and consultancy firm by the name of JOHN CLEMENTS CONSULTANTS as a Training Consultant. After two years with this company, I decided to put up my own training and consultancy firm.Over the course of 35 years now that I have been in this business of training and consultancy, I have trained more than 200 companies in the Philippines to more than 100,000 employees.