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Regional Executive Director Lormelyn Estrada Claudio is the first female Regional Executive Director of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 8. She is an Environmental Planner by profession, with a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Planning and a Master’s degree in Environmental Management.

Director Claudio has been serving the Department for 33 years, starting when she entered the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) Central Office as a clerk/researcher in 1989. Over the course of her 10-year career at the EMB central office, she advanced to the position of Supervising Environmental Management Specialist, designated as a Division Chief. 

She nurtured her career at the EMB, and further rose from the rank until she became the Regional Director of EMB Region 3 and EMB Region 7, and later assumed the post of a Regional Executive Director.

Prior to her present assignment, she successfully spearheaded DENR IV-B as Regional Executive Director and created a profound impact at the MIMAROPA region with her numerous initiatives.

RED Claudio is a Director IV and a full-fledged Regional Executive Director. She is a Career Executive Service Officer with a rank of CESO IV.

With her commitment to work, and meritorious performance as a public servant and as a manager, she has received special commendations in the fields of financial management, cave management, river system rehabilitation, and partnership-building, among others.

A native of Isabela and a resident of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan, Director Lormelyn Estrada Claudio is the 22nd Regional Executive Director of DENR Region 8, designated by virtue of Special Order Number 2023-418 signed by Secretary Maria Antonia Yulo-Loyzaga.

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