MARINA honors PortCalls reporter with Maritime Journalist of the Year  Award

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MARINA honors PortCalls reporter with Maritime Journalist of the Year  Award
PortCalls reporter Roumina Pablo receiving the Maritime Journalist of the Year Award from Maritime Industry Authority officials, including OIC deputy administrator Nenita Atienza, at the 50th anniversary of the agency on June 1.
  • PortCalls reporter Roumina ‘Mines’ Pablo received the Maritime Journalist of the Year Award from the Maritime Industry Authority during the agency’s 50th anniversary on June 1
  • Pablo is an experienced journalist covering maritime and logistics developments in the Philippines
  • She has been with PortCalls since 2013

PortCalls reporter Roumina “Mines” Pablo received the Maritime Journalist of the Year Award from the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) during the agency’s 50th founding anniversary on June 1 in Okada Manila, Parañaque.

Pablo is an experienced journalist writing about maritime and logistics developments in the Philippines. She joined PortCalls in April 2013 and has

The award recognizes Roumina Pablo’s “outstanding and invaluable contributions to maritime journalism, her exemplary dedication, and unwavering commitment in the dissemination of crucial news and information within the maritime sector, furthering public awareness and understanding of (MARINA’s) mandates, thrusts and initiatives.”

covered not only local but also international events.

The award recognizes her “outstanding and invaluable contributions to maritime journalism, her exemplary dedication, and unwavering commitment in the dissemination of crucial news and information within the maritime sector, furthering public awareness and understanding of the (agency’s) mandates, thrusts and initiatives.”

“We couldn’t be prouder of Mines. We thank MARINA for recognizing her commitment to fair, accurate and timely reporting on maritime and logistics developments in the country,” said PortCalls publisher Liza Almonte.

Pablo completed her Bachelor in Journalism degree, magna cum laude, from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Manila. She received on-the-job training from daily mainstream newspapers and the Philippine Broadcasting Service.