Bo Camacho earns his MBA

Bo Camacho Bo Camacho [/caption3A 2002 graduate of Mount Carmel School received his master’s degree in Business Administration from Chaminade University in Hawaii on May 12, 2014.

Raymond Anthony Cabrera Camacho’s goal became reality after he graduated from Chaminade’s 56th Commencement Exercise for the spring 2014 class and was the only student from Saipan in the master’s program.

Camacho, affectionately known by family and friends as Bo, is the son of Rosiky F. Camacho and Winnie C. Camacho.
His parents from Saipan and siblings from Las Vegas went to Hawaii to attend his graduation.

Camacho said he never gave up pursuing his goal and his family recognizes that inner drive he has.

“Bo came a long way after working very hard and recognizing the importance of pursuing a Master Degree,” Winnie Camacho said.
According to her, Raymond immediately attended the Chaminade University after graduating from Mt. Carmel School.

Raymond Camacho received his bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in Computer Science and Management in June 2007.

“After getting his bachelor’s, Bo decided to join the workforce and gain work experiences before pursuing with his master’s program,” Rosiky Camacho said.

Raymond Camacho is currently employed by The Louis Berger Group, Inc. in Hawaii. (Jayson Camacho)

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Jayson Camacho | Reporter
Jayson Camacho is the newest reporter to join the Saipan Tribune editorial team. He covers community events, environment issues, tourism, and general news coverages. Contact him at jayson_camacho@saipantribune.com

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