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Treasurer - CREBA
President - Recar Commercial Complex, Inc.
President - Recar Bataan Realty Corporation
President - Recar Properties, Inc.

Ma. Concepcion “Connie” N. Beltran was born on October 6, 1964. She is the 6th of the seven children of Remigio C. Beltran and former Vice-Governor of Bataan, Carolina N. Beltran. 

She finished her elementary and high school studies at Tomas del Rosario Academy in Balanga, Bataan, her BSC-Major in Marketing Management at St. Scholastica’s College and her Associate’s Degree at FIT-State University of New York in New York City graduating magna cum Laude.

She is presently the president of Recar Commercial Complex, Inc., Recar Bataan Realty Corporation and Recar Properties, Inc. all companies engaged in real estate development such as commercial establishments, subdivisions, housing and industrial developments. 

In business organizations, she is a proud second-generation member of CREBA. Following her mother’s footsteps in business and active participation in the organization, she became a member of the board of directors and national treasurer.  She has also served one term as national vice-chairman.

 In her civic activities, she joined Rotary in 1999 and became the 23rd and first female president of her club, the Rotary Club of Pasay Silangan, in RY 2004-2005. She then became the District 3810 Governor in RY 2009-2010, overseeing Rotary clubs in the cities of Manila and Pasay and the provinces of Cavite and Occidental Mindoro. There is no stopping her involvement in Rotary, being appointed and holding several positions in and out of her district up to this day.

Connie finds that CREBA has created a vision whereby its name has become synonymous with excellence, innovation, integrity and being the strong arm of the real estate industry in our country. All this because for the past 50 years, CREBA has brought people together to pursue objectives worthy of their best efforts to collectively achieve extraordinary results. 

 Moving forward, she sees the significant participation of CREBA in the thrusts and programs laid down by the government, more pronounced with each member giving the best of their executive abilities to help advance the interest not only of the organization and its members but most importantly to make our communities, our country a better place in which to live.