The National Committee on Museums (NCOM), under the Subcommission for Cultural Heritage (SCH), is one of the 19 national committees under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the cultural arm of the government. It is composed of persons actively involved in museum work representing both public and private museums. Its main objective is to make the museums an effective tool of learning for all, thus, it has always been the thrust of the NCOM to help develop the museums as user-friendly and user-useful in order to encourage
the public to visit and learn about our country’s heritage.

VISION
A museums community dedicated to the cultural heritage preservation and nation building.

MISSION
The development of Philippine museums as repositories of national cultural heritage committed to the education and enlightenment of the Filipino.

OFFICERS  DESIGNATION SECTOR
Mr. Amado R. Alvarez Head Institutional – Association of Greater Manila Area Museums (AGMAM)
Ms. Cecille T. Gelicame Vice Head Institutional – Southern Luzon Association of Museums (SLAM)
Mr. Peter John Natividad Secretary Institutional – Association of Greater Manila Area Museums (AGMAM)
Ms. Liana Melissa Dela Rosa ExeCon Member Institutional – Eastern Visayas Association of Museums (EVAM)
Mr. Leo Batoon ExeCon Member Ex-Officio / Institutional – National Museum (NM)
Mr. Bryan Anthony Paraiso ExeCon Member Ex-Officio / Institutional – National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP)
Mr. Lemuel Ignacio ExeCon Member Institutional – Northern Luzon Association of Museums (NLAM)
Ms. Carmel B. Garcia ExeCon Member Institutional – Bicol Association of Museums (BAM)
Ms. Lyn Marie Mapa  ExeCon Member Institutional – Western Visayas Association of Museums (WVAM)
Mr. Emerito Batara ExeCon Member Institutional – Mindanao Association of Museums (MAM)
Fr. Dom Martin H. Gomez ExeCon Member Institutional – Mindanao Association of Museums (MAM)

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