Sharee Ann Tan Biography

Sharee Ann Tan is a Filipino politician. She is the current congressman of the second legislative district of Samar Province. Running under the ruling PDP-Laban Party in the May 13, 2019 election, she defeated Christopher Bolastig of Lakas Party.

Sharee Ann Tan
Sharee Ann Tan (Credit: Facebook Page)

Personal Information
Complete Name –> Sharee Ann Tan-de los Santos
Birth Date –> May 11, 1982
Birth Place –> Samar Province, Philippines

Family
Mother –>Late Governor and Congresswoman Milagrosa Tan
Brothers –> Reynolds Michael Tan (Current Governor) and Stephen James Tan (former Vice Governor)
Sister –> Angelie
Spouse –> Richard delos Santos (businessman-contractor from Bicol)
Children –> Frederick Ethan, Rianne Meisha and Zaree Miesha

Education
College – University of San Carlos in Cebu City
Course – Pharmacy

Political Career / Work Experiences
2019-Present – Deputy Minority Leader
2007-2010, 2019-Present – Congresswoman
2010-2019 – Governor

Bills / Laws / Resolutions
House Bill 5024 – AN ACT DECLARING AUGUST ELEVEN OF EVERY YEAR AS A SPECIAL NON-WORKING HOLIDAY IN THE PROVINCE OF SAMAR TO COMMEMORATE ITS FOUNDATION ANNIVERSARY TO BE KNOWN AS THE “SAMAR DAY”

House Bill 5025 – AN ACT FURTHER INCREASING THE BED CAPACITY OF THE SAMAR PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL IN THE CITY OF CATBALOGAN, PROVINCE OF SAMAR, FROM 100 TO 220 BEDS, UPGRADING THE SERVICE FACILITIES AND PROFESSIONAL HEALTH CARE THEREIN AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR

House Bill 5989 – AN ACT CREATING THE DEPARTMENT OF DISASTER RESILIENCE, DEFINING ITS MANDATE, POWERS AND FUNCTIONS, AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR

House Bill 6000 – AN ACT DECLARING ULOT RIVER IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF PARANAS, PROVINCE OF SAMAR AN ECOTOURISM SITE AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR

House Bill 6001 – AN ACT DECLARING LULUGAYAN FALLS AND ECOVILLAGE IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CALBIGA, PROVINCE OF SAMAR AN ECOTOURISM SITE AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR

House Bill 6075 – AN ACT DECLARING SOHOTON CAVES AND NATURAL BRIDGE IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF BASEY, PROVINCE OF SAMAR AN ECOTOURISM SITE AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR

House Bill 6566 – AN ACT DEVELOPING THE TIKOG INDUSTRY, CREATING FOR THE PURPOSE THE BANIG SUBSIDY FUND AND THE TIKOG RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, AND DECLARING THE MUNICIPALITY OF BASEY IN THE PROVINCE OF SAMAR AS THE BANIG CAPITAL OF THE PHILIPPINES

RELATED: List of Current Congressmen and CongressWomen of the Philippines 2019 – 2022

See also: Biography of Reynolds Michael Tan; Angelica Teodoro

See also: Famous People from Samar Province

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