Amidst the growing needs and challenges, the leaders of Caniogan Coop are resilient in the business of helping its members achieve their dreams.
Behind her astute and firm stance lies the most compassionate leader amongst all. Her period in office as a retired examiner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue harnessed her grit to lead, and her life experiences, from pains to victories, molded her capability to empathize to people of all sorts. Her faith also led her to trust her people more and be accountable for their growth. She envisions Caniogan Coop to be tagged as the biggest and most trusted coop in Bulacan that’s fully dedicated to uplifting the lives of its members. With her wisdom, humility, and unconditional love for the Filipino families, it is beyond possible.
Aside from being the Vice Chairperson for Caniogan Coop, she’s been serving as the Chairman of the Provincial Cooperative Development, the Board of Director of Bulacan Hall of Fame League, and the Chairman of the 32 primary cooperatives in Malolos, wherein Caniogan Coop was elected as the head.
In engaging with different people in and outside the industry, she learns that Caniogan Coop has so much potential in terms of its number and financial capacity. She desires to put up many independent, self-sustaining and income-generating branches with thousands of members across borders.
A legal researcher of the Regional Trial Court of Bulacan. A CCDC board director. A law student. A working mother. A grandmom. Amidst her busy schedule in attending to different roles, her joy still overflows, evidenced by her charm in welcoming people into the cooperative.
She fully trusts that the institution will broaden its services even to different countries. And with what Caniogan Coop is doing right now, there’s no reason that it won’t be possible. Her mantra is to take one step at a time and always put God at the center of everything.
Being a businesswoman herself, she sees fulfillment in managing people and helping them grow. Her bakery and plastic business helps her become more well-equipped with the challenges as the coop’s director in terms of dealing with finances, staff and clients.
And like Caniogan Coop which has become her second home, she is resilient, transparent and full of compassion for her people.
As an external cooperative auditor and a board director who also manages her own accounting firm, Miss Elsa greatly represents an ideal officer whom people can trust. Her commitment to the cooperative is backed by 20 years of service, saying that the institution envisions to expand its range of products that would help the people improve their health and well-being. Furthermore, she fully banks on the management’s relationship within and outside the cooperative to successfully pull-off whatever it desires in favor of its members.
Before he acquired the role as the general manager, he started as an office clerk for two years, and later on, assumed the position as collection manager for 5 years. From his humble beginnings, he developed the grit to become the respected leader he is now; wise, authentic, and a friend of all. He believes that the collective effort from the officers and members is the main reason behind the coop’s continuous progress. As part of its expansion, he desires to reach people even outside the borders of Bulacan and looks forward to making the coop a one-stop-hub for everyone’s needs – housing, education, car, consumer products, medications, funeral services, to name a few.
Our diversified business model is being strengthened by our set of multi-industrial and trusted partners.