Resurreccion Dimaculangan is the owner of US National Register Historic Site # 06000160. Rexie earned a master’s degree in museum studies from Syracuse University, New York; a bachelor of science degree in medical technology from Manila Central University; and a certificate in teaching degree from Philippine Normal University. While pursuing her master of arts in education degree at PNU, the international travel bug caught up on her so bad she was a semester short from it. With the use of combined integration of literal, practical life experiences, hands-on applications of multidisciplinary viewpoints, both perspectives as an educator and as a lifelong student, Rexie is currently trying to debunk the following notions: a.) historical conservation and preservation is all about the millions and the last name, and b.) history, when altered to custom fit vested interests, cannot be rerouted back on the fact track.
While big, deep pockets make achieving goals easier, passion, dedication, a conscientious work ethic, coupled with the tenacity to stay with the facts, can make huge dents in achieving the goal of making a positive difference one person at a time possible and plausible. The presentation of authentic facts and conscientious ideas founded on parity, acted upon sincerely, make moving forward a reality, one minute step at a time. That is, with unbiased collaborations of real professionals. A human trait.