ARLEIGH JUMALON ADORABLE
Regional Executive Director
OIC Regional Executive Director Arleigh J. Adorable is the 13th Regional Executive Director of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region IX. Prior to his appointment, he was the Regional Technical Director of the Forest Management Services (FMS) in the region.
A Master Degree in Public Administration holder and a Career Executive Service Officer (CESO IV) , his success as a civil servant was the result of his dedication, hard work and total commitment to the service.
He started his government service as a casual forester in 1981 with the then Bureau of Forest Development (BFD) in Pagadian City. By 1983 and onwards, he became a permanent forester item holder and was assigned in different field offices of the BFD and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Rising from the ranks, he became the OIC Assistant Director for the Special Concerns Office, OIC Assistant Director for the Forest Management Bureau (FMB), Director of the FMB, Regional Technical Director for the Protected Areas Wildlife and Coastal Zone Services (PAWCZMS) in Region 10 and then back to Region IX for a stint as Regional Technical Director for the Forest Management Services.
RED Adorable is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Forestry from Mindanao State University, Marawi City. He finished his M.A. in Public Administration at Medina College.
He has attended various national and international seminars and trainings which proved useful in the advancement of his career.
RED Adorable is happily married to Elsie O. Manopollo and blessed with two children, Liza Mae and Larah Marie.
DENR-IX CONDUCTS SYMPOSIA IN ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY
- DENR-IX CONDUCTS SYMPOSIA IN ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY
- DENR IX Releases Partial Tally of TreeVolution
- Message of the Secretary to the DENR Workforce
- DENR Grants NGP Vehicle to Two CENROs and Acquires Another Under CSP
- RD Adorable Releases Sibugay Pawikan
- DENR-IX Spearheads “TreeVolution: Greening MindaNOW” in ZAMPEN
- PENRO SIBUGAY Inks NGP’S Letter of Agreement