|Edgardo Migriño Chatto|
|Governor, Province of Bohol|
June 30, 2010
|Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Bohol's First District|
June 30, 2001 – June 30, 2010
|Preceded by||Ernesto F. Herrera|
|Succeeded by||Rene Relampagos|
|Vice Governor, Province of Bohol|
June 30, 1995 – June 30, 2001
|Mayor of Balilihan, Bohol|
|Board Member of Bohol|
February 21, 1960 |
|Spouse(s)||Maria Pureza Veloso-Chatto|
Edgardo Migriño Chatto (born February 21, 1960), also known as Edgar Chatto, is a Filipino politician. A lawyer by profession, he is currently the Governor of the Province of Bohol, having been elected in the 2010 elections. Prior to this, he was a member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines as representative of the first legislative district of Bohol which he served for three terms since 2001.
Biography and career
Edgardo Migriño Chatto, nicknamed Edgar or Eddie, was born on February 21, 1960 in Malate, Manila, Philippines. He is the son of the late Eladio Chatto and former Mayor of Balilihan, Bohol Mrs. Victoria Migriño Chatto. A consistent honor student, he finished both his elementary and secondary education at the Divine Word College of Tagbilaran (now Holy Name University), in 1973 and 1979 respectively. He finished Bachelor in Economics at the University of the Philippines School of Economics in Diliman, Quezon City in April 1981. He attended the Ateneo de Manila University for his Bachelor in Laws (1984–1988) and graduated at the Holy Name University in 1988. He finished his Masters in Government Management at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila Graduate School of Business and Management as a DILG-LGA scholar in April 1998. In 1991, he finished the Local Administration and Development Course at the University of the Philippines. He also attended the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in Massachusetts, U.S. in 1999.
Governor Chatto is married to Maria Pureza Chatto (nee Veloso) with whom he has one daughter, Esther Patrisha Veloso Chatto.
He started his political career as Board Member of the Province of Bohol representing the youth sector when he served as president of the Kabataang Barangay from 1980 to 1986. In 1988, he was elected as municipal mayor of the municipality of Balilihan, Bohol and served until 1995. He became Vice Governor of the province of Bohol and served as vice governor from 1995 - 2001. From 2001 up to 2010, he was a member of the House of Representatives as representative of the first district of Bohol. In the May 10, 2010 elections, he won as the 25th Governor of the Province of Bohol, Philippines.
As Congressman, Chatto was the Chairman of the House Committee on Tourism and Senior Vice Chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture, Food and Fisheries. As member of the House of Representatives, Congressman Chatto also had memberships in the following house committees: Accounts; Basic Education and Culture; Ethics; Foreign Affairs; Games and Amusement; Higher and Technical Education; Labor and Employment; Legislative Franchises; Local Government; Public Works and Highways; Revision of Laws; Ways and Means; and Justice.
- National Centennial Lingkod Bayan Awardee for Outstanding Work Performance(2000) -Civil Service Commission
- One of the Ten Exemplary Individuals for the Visayas and Mindanao (2000) - Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Incorporated (RAFI)
- One of the Ten Outstanding Boholanos Around the World (TOBAW) 1998- Confederation of Boholanos in the USA and Canada (CONBUSAC) and the First Consolidated Bank (FCB)
- Most Outstanding Vice Governor of the Philippines (1997) - League of Vice Governors of the Philippines
- Lesage Award for Most Outstanding Alumnus for Local Government Service (1997)- Divine Word College of Tagbilaran
- Doña Aurora Aragon Quezon Award for Highly Distinguished Leadership in Promoting Humanitarian Objectives (1997) -Philippine National Red Cross
- Most Outstanding Alumnus for Local Government Service (1996) - Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP)
- Most Outstanding Mayor of the Philippines (1991)
- Mayor of the Year of the Province of Bohol and Region VII (1990)
- Most Outstanding Youth Leader of Bohol - Philippine National Red Cross
- National Presidential Leadership Award for Outstanding Youth Leaders - (Parangal sa Pamumuno), 1995
- Leadership Awards from different institutions:
- Divine Word College of Tagbilaran
- Gerry Roxas Foundation
- Science Foundation of the Philippines
- Kabataang Barangay
- Local Admin. & Dev’t Program Alumni of the Philippines
- Office of the President, Malacañang
- National And Regional Recognitions by:
- National Gold HAMIS Award (Health and Management Information System)
- Galing Pook Award
- Clean and Green Contest
- Personal Information www.i-site.ph Retrieved 11 November 2006.
- Curriculum vitae Congressman Edgardo M. Chatto www.congress.gov.ph Retrieved 11 November 2006.
- Makati Business Club Congress Watch www.mbc.com.ph Retrieved 11 November 2006.
- Political Information www.i-site.ph Retrieved 11 November 2006.
- List of House Bills authored by Congressman Edgar Chatto
- House Bills Download Center
- House Committee Meetings
- Chatto: “Pretty boy” of honesty, sincerity Bohol Sunday Post 17 January 2007.
- Dwight Ebojo. Livestock auction center can spur development - Chatto Bohol Sunday Post. 2 April 2006.
- Die-hard supporters of Chatto strike back The Bohol Times. January 8, 2007
- Ric V. Obedencio Chatto's supporters strike back The Bohol Chronicle. January 21, 2007
- Impeachment 2006: How they voted GMA News. 24 August 2006.
- House Resolution 593 ASEM ASEAN 2005. 16 February 2005.
- Airlines, Airplanes and Airports (Part III) SkyScrapercity 17 August 2005
- GMA would depend on Divine wisdom in carrying out her program for the next 6 years Office of the Press Secretary. 3 July 2004
- Ben Cal. How to combat poverty, rebellion The Manila Times. December 4, 2006.
- CPG honored at 110th b-day VGO News November 5, 2006
- Avigail Olarte Impeachment 2005 - 2006: How the congressmen voted Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. 24 August 2006.