Angel Demapan

Angel Demapan was appointed to serve as Press Secretary for the Honorable Benigno R. Fitial, Governor of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in January, 2010. Subsequently in October, 2011, Governor Fitial named Angel as his Special Assistant for Communications & Protocol. As such, Angel is Governor Fitial's spokesperson, speech writer, webmaster, and primary contact on all matters pertaining to media relations, public information, and protocol coordination. Previously, Angel served as the CNMI Liaison Officer/Medical Referral Coordinator for the Commomwealth's Medical Referral Office based in Honolulu, Hawaii from 2006-2010. Angel joined the Hawaii Army National Guard in 2007 following graduation from Basic Combat Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, Virginia. Angel formerly served as a Youth Senator where he was elected to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd CNMI Youth Congress, serving as Speaker for two terms. Angel received an Associate's in Applied Science degree in Business Administration from the Northern Marianas College and went on to study Communications at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is a proud father of three children.


Other Participants of ELDP Pacific 2013

Abigail Reyes
Artemio Hernandez
Carson Mongkeya
Caryn Koshiba
Debrah Lynn Kokis
Eunice Akiwo
James Lukan
Jenny Seymour
Kiaru Esahu
Marianne Teregeyo
Mark Rabauliman
Nathan Ilaoa
Rima Yamagishi
Ruth Matagi
Samuel Lanwi, Jr.
Sophia Pretrick
Suzanne Gallen
Sweetyona Tulensru
Tapuitea McMullin

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