FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Friday, March 1, 2019
Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration Revives Guam Ethics Commission
Hagåtña, Guam – The Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration has announced the revival of the
Guam Ethics Commission. The Commission was re-established through Executive Order
2019-06, signed by Acting Governor of Guam Joshua F. Tenorio, in coordination with Governor
Lourdes A. Leon Guerrero.
The Guam Ethics Commission is intended to hold all Government of Guam employees to the
highest ethical standards. The Executive Order provides that the Guam Ethics Commission “may
request and shall receive from every governmental agency cooperation and assistance in the
performance of its duties.” The Civil Service Commission is also assigned with providing
administrative and logistical support.
The initial members of the Commission will be forwarded to the 35th Guam Legislature. They
1. Robert Jack, MD, Ophthalmologist at Island Eye Center
2. Shannon Murphy, former journalist and Managing Editor at Guampedia
3. Meg Tyquiengco, President of Energetic Presence and retired Manager of Xerox
Corporation Guam
4. David Sanford, General Manager of Sanford Technologies Guam
5. Donnalyn Camacho, Certified Fraud Examiner and Board Designated Bank Secrecy
Act (BSA) Officer for ANZ Guam, Inc.
6. Marilyn Roberto, Vice President of Enterprise Sales at Docomo Pacific
The Administration continues to review potential candidates to fill one remaining vacancy.
“Our Administration is committed to transparency and accountability in government and
we are pleased to appoint these members to the Guam Ethics Commission,” said Acting
Governor Tenorio. “After a 23-year hiatus, we are confident the Commission will now be
able to focus on higher ethical standards throughout our government through this
independent and qualified body.”
For inquiries, please contact Krystal Paco, Press Secretary, at 787-3229 or

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