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OVR has new case service manager

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A FORMER educator has been hired as a case service manager of the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, OVR Director Maryann Borja-Arriola  said.

She said Caroline Masga Agulto started reporting for work at OVR on Aug. 17.

“I want to help the agency grow,” Masga said. “There are many things that we need to implement to improve our services for our customers.”

Agulto previously worked for Karidat Social Services and was a Public School System  educator and counselor for eight years.

Caroline Agulto

She also has a one-year work experience as program manager at Northern Marianas College where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education with emphasis in rehabilitation and human services.

At OVR, Masga said she will supervise rehabilitation counselors and counselor’s aides who work directly with clients.

“I am grateful to the director for giving me the opportunity to be part of this agency because I know how important this agency is in our community,” she said.

Borja-Arriola said Masga is now “reviewing cases and making changes to some of the plans for our consumers to ensure efficient delivery of services.”

Borja-Arriola at the same time thanked Gov. Ralph DLG Torres for being very supportive of OVR.

She said the governor has allowed OVR to hire additional staff members to assist in its operations, which aim to benefit people with disabilities and ensure that they get the services they need.

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