Head of Credit and Financial Services, Banking, Insurance and Credit Surety Fund Cluster

Asec. Luz H. Yringco was appointed as Board Member III of the Cooperative Development Authority last October 4, 2023. New to CDA but has been with the Cooperative Movement in all the cooperative efforts and programs as General Manager of a cooperative in Leyte.

She is a Nurse by profession, and as one who is dedicated to service and preservation of life and good health, she is with the cooperative sector to heal and preserve life as an example of sustainability through and by living the principles and practices of cooperativism; in the Cooperative way of life of people helping people help themselves.

She is the epitome of service, for she has served as General Manager, Consultant, Accredited Mediator, COOP NATCCO Partylist Vice President for the Visayas.

She is also a Trainer, Resource Speaker, and Lecturer imparting her knowledge gained from the ACCU Development Education; USAID Credit Union for empowerment and strengthening; from WOCCU; Canadian Cooperative Association; Woman Manager’s Mentoring Program; KF project Center, Sweden, and more experiences gained from her various trainings and exposures.

A learned person, having taught at the University of the Philippines Health Sciences in Palo Leyte for eight (8) years and having graduated Cum Laude from Justice Romualdes College of Law, and conferred Juris Doctor from the Leyte Colleges, she is ever willing to share her wisdom to the CDA and the cooperative movement.

Asec. Luz H. Yringco’s advocacy as Finance Cooperative Cluster Head is to attain financial freedom among cooperative members, through safe and sound cooperative operations with strengthened supervision and regulation by the CDA.

She is a believer in partnership to achieve desired outcomes in providing access to favorable and convenient financial services with maximized financial and social benefits to cooperatives, its members and the communities. She too is an advocate of social justice through the cooperative movement where those who have less in life should have more in law.