FOR EXCELLENCE IN GOVERNANCE
Honorable Briget Muñoz Chiongbian-Huang holds
the distinction of being the youngest Vice Governor
elected in Sarangani Province. This is a feat she
inherited from the legacy of the Chiongbian’s
exemplary leadership and the overwhelming support
and affection of the Sarangans.
Prior to her post, she was already exposed in the
field of management. At age 21, she was appointed
as Executive Assistant to the President of the Eastern
Shipping Lines Inc. She held the position for 12 years.
Her initiation to public service is in 2001, when
she was appointed as Political Affairs Officer III
of the House of Representatives. This position had
given her opportunity to serve the people of Sarangani
by helping her father in identifying priority programs
and projects. Though a neophyte in politics, she is
familiar with the aspirations of the Sarangans owing
to her involvement in the efforts of her family in
bringing development to the province.
The third among the four lovely daughters of Congressman
Erwin L. Chiongbian and Nancy Muñnoz, she was
born on February 09. 1967 at Manila, Philippines.
She is a loving wife to Tristan Huang and a dedicated
mother to Tristan Lawrence Chiongbian-Huang. Together
with prominent personalities such as President Arroyo
and Senator Legarda she is an alumni of the Assumption
College where she earned a degree in BSC Finance Economics,
cum laude in 1988. Presently, she is residing at Barangay
Kling, Kiamba, Sarangani Province.
Like her forebear, the late Congressman James L. Chiongbian
and Governor Priscilla L. Chiongbian, she brings in
a distinguished career in politics and her efforts
have been focused in measurers redirecting the province
to its right path.
The guest for a God-centered and excellent governance
is her fearless stance that has no compromise for
she believes that the key to all development efforts
must be anchored on the trust and confidence of the
people. Also, she is engaging in special efforts to
improve community affairs participation, to conserve
the environment and to professionalize local legislators
in which she gained prominence being the solid voice
of the women, youth, indigenous people and Muslim
groups, marginalized farmers and fisherfolks, and
small and medium entrepreneurs of the province.
The Honorable Vice Governor Bridget Chiongbian-Huang,
who is also presently the Auditor of the League of
Vice Governor’s of the Philippines, represents
the new breed of political leaders who are committed
in bringing significant changes in public service