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Lady lawyer, famous vlogger and radio commentator nominated as Press Secretary

A LADY lawyer, radio commentator and famous online vlogger Rose Beatrix ‘Trixie’ Cruz-Angeles was nominated as the Press Secretary of incoming President Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr.

In a press statement Atty. Vic Rodriguez, incoming Executive Secretary for the new administration, says Cruz-Angeles accepted the nomination as Press Secretary which makes her head of the Presidential Communications Operations Office.

The primary task of Cruz-Angeles is to oversee the operations of the PCOO, which includes the conduct of regular press briefings to media practitioners covering Malacanang activities.

Marcos had earlier announced that he will not appoint a spokesperson, which in effect limits the function of the Press Secretary to talkng head during press briefings.

“I am grateful for the opportunity I am given to take part in the administration of President Bongbong Marcos as his Press Secretary. It is with humility that I accept the nomination and assume the responsibility of running the affairs of the PCOO,” she stated.

Cruz-Angeles, who is noted for representing military officers charged with rebellion and mutiny, was also a former commissioner for Cultural Heritage of the National Commission for the Culture and the Arts and former spokesperson of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines.

The veteran lawyer also wrote the draft of what later became Republic Act 10066 or the Heritage Act of 2009.

At present, Angeles is a radio host of Karambola program over DWIZ. She’s the former publisher of Politiko, an online publication on and about politicians and government officials in the country. She is also a former columnist (Art and Law) of Inquirer(dot)net.

She also contributed countless materials to several magazines in the country, including Philippines Graphic, the lifestyle section of Manila Bulletin, and Cosmo Magazine Philippines.

Angeles was, at one time, a lecturer at the Ateneo de Manila University teaching  Fine Arts 104 Arts and the Professional.

The incoming press secretary is also a former lecturer at the Institute for Cultural and Arts Management.

She was a social media strategist at the PCOO from July 2017 to 2018 during the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.

Angeles finished her law degree at the University of the Philippines in 1997 and  is taking an International Relations degree at the University of Minnesota in US as well as an MA in Archaeology, also in UP.

Her undergraduate degree is in Linguistics, (AB, UPD).



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