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Sir Allan L. Rellon, KGOR


Sir Allan Lopez Rellon, KGOR (born May 5, 1969) is a Filipino politician and the current mayor of Tagum City. He is also the current Supreme Chancellor of the Knights of Rizal.

He was previously a three-term vice mayor of Tagum City and the Secretary-General of the Vice Mayor's League of the Philippines. Rellon is a Lingkod Bayan Awardee for Government Service in 2018 and was named the Best Reserve Officer of the PhilippineArmy Reserve Command in 2009 and is currently on the board of directors of the University of Mindanao Tagum College.

Rellon is currently the Vice-President for Mindanao of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP) National Executive Board. During his younger years, Rellon was an active boy scout and was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout (Boy Scouts of the Philippines), the highest rank awarded to a Senior Scout in the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP) and a member of the Eagle Scout Association of the Philippines. Currently, he is the 1st Vice-Council Chairman of the BSP Tagum City Associate Council and the Regional Scout Commissioner of the BSP Eastern Mindanao Region. He is a Wood Badge graduate and currently a 4 beads holder and Leader Trainer. He is also a member of the Association of Top Achiever Scoutsof Asia Pacific Region[5] (Asia-Pacific Scout Region), now known as ATAS World, which is a member (BP Fellow) of the World Scout Foundation.


His parents are Mr. Nicanor Tampipi Rellon, a retired Tagum Municipal agriculturist and Mrs. Lucia Antalan Lopez-Rellon, a retired master teacher.


He has a Bachelor of Science in Education (magna cum laude), Master of Arts in Education (Academic), Master in Public Administration with a major in Government Administration, and Doctor of Philosophy in Development Studies (Academic). He finished his Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) at Southwestern University (Philippines) in Cebu City.


His career has progressed from a humble beginning as a sales boy to utility worker, teacher and college administrator. Rellon entered government service in 1993 where he became the Administrator of Tagum. He is known for his good and dynamic leadership as an Administrator thus Tagum people supported him when he sought for public office as City Councilor in 1998. For six years as a city councilor, Rellon introduced ordinances and resolutions for the city. Including the implementation and expansion of the "Education For All" program like the Sulong-Dunong, City Educational Scholarship Program-now known as CIVOTESPRO Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES)[7] Day Care Program, NFE, Cultural Communities for Muslims and Lumad peoples, Skills Trainings, A&E-Balik Paaralan para sa Out of School Adults. Rellon undertook International studies, training and exposures on governance and leadership in other countriesincluding Germany, Japan, China, Thailand, Singapore and Switzerland. He has been a resource speaker in governance, and provided teaching, lectures and workshops on leadership, parliamentary procedure, team building and legislative processes to the youth and adult leaders of the city.

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