Dinopol reappointed MARINA deputy administrator

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MARINA deputy administrator for operations Nannette Dinopol taking oath before Transport secretary Jaime Bautista on June 24. Photo from the Department of Transportation.
  • President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. has reappointed Nannette Dinopol as deputy administrator for operations of the Maritime Industry Authority
  • Dinopol took her oath before Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista on June 24
  • She will serve a fixed term of office for six years from June 24, 2024 to June 23, 2030

President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. has reappointed Nannette Dinopol as deputy administrator for operations of the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA).

Dinopol took her oath before Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista on June 24, MARINA said in a statement. She will serve a fixed term of office for six years from June 24, 2024 to June 23, 2030.

Dinopol, who has been with MARINA for 38 years, was deputy administrator for operations from 2018 to March 2024.

Throughout her career, MARINA said she has demonstrated exceptional dedication and leadership in advancing the maritime industry, significantly contributing to the sector’s growth and development.

Dinopol holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of San Jose Recoletos.

She also completed the Professional Shipping Course with Distinction at the Norwegian Shipping Academy.

She began her journey in MARINA as a maritime research assistant in MARINA Regional Office 7 and has steadily risen through the ranks.

Dinopol has served as regional director in various MARINA offices in Davao, Cebu, and General Santos, enhancing her knowledge of diverse maritime environments.

She was also officer-in-charge-executive director of the MARINA Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers Office, where she served from June 12, 2020, to March 29, 2021.

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