Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Vivian Leon Named to Number Two Slot at Guam Port

The governing board of the Port Authority of Guam has named Vivian Castro Leon as the authority's interim deputy general manager.

Leon, a 33-year veteran of the PAG, will be the first woman to serve as the port authority's deputy general manager.

Her years of experience serving in various PAG positions, including her most recent stint as the PAG's corporate services manager, earned praise from the PAG Board of Directors and Guam Governor Michael Cruz.

Leon will fill the deputy general manager position vacated by Rick Agustin who recently took the helm of the PAG as general manager following the resignation of Glenn Leon Guerrero.