Rogelio “Roger” Cerezo Evangelista, DPA, and appointed to the position of Training Center Superintendent II on June 2015, is the Center Director of the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center I (ATI-RTC I). Married with five children, Dr. Evangelista is a native of Mangaldan, Pangasinan. He completed his academic requirements in Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) at the University of Luzon, and continued his dissertation writing and graduated at the Lyceum-Northwestern University. Dr. Evangelista also finished his Master in Development Management (MDM) Major in Local and Regional Administration at the Pangasinan State University.
Before his promotion as a full-fledged Center Director, Sir Roger held several positions at the ATI-RTC I. From Dormitory Manager, Administrative Officer, Training Specialist III to OIC-Center Director, he also acted as the Chief of the Administrative Services Section and Assistant Center Director for Administrative Support Services.
Part-time, Dr. Evangelista worked as an instructor at the Pangasinan State University-Open University System, where he taught on Development Planning and Budgeting and Filipino Administrative Institution.
Dr. Evangelista’s commitment to his work earned him various awards from both the private and public sector. He received commendations as Resource Person and Guest of Honor and Speaker in numerous trainings and events in the region. Furthermore, Dr. Evangelista actively took part in diverse agricultural activities here and around the globe. His unselfish devotion to public interest made him a man of action and compassion. With lots of patience and inspiration, Dr. Evangelista is the person who can freely share his experiences and wisdom about life.
In addition to being involved in public service, Sir Roger is connected with different organizations. Some of these groups include Knights of Columbus 6940, Council Of Personnel Officers, Philippine Association of Extension Program Implementers, Inc., Happy Hearts Club, Volunteer Leaders Association of the Philippines, Philippine Extension Network, and the Sunriser’s Club.