Herminia M. Ramiro picture (misocc.gov.ph)
Herminia M. Ramiro was born in Imus, Cative. She's the daughter of Mr. Maximo de Mesa and Mrs. Pilar Quiroz de Mesa. Her deceased husband is Hon. Hilarion J. Ramiro, Jr.
In 1956, Gov. Ramiro graduated elementary in Imus Elementary School. She finished high school in Imus Institute in 1960. In college, she took up Bachelor of Science in Nursing in La Concordia College and graduated in 1965.
Ramiro took up Nursing Licensure Examinations in 1966.
In 1965-1966, Ramiro worked as a Staff Nurse in San Juan de Dios Hospital. She also worked as a School Nurse in Adamson University in 1966-1967.
As an active woman of advocacy, she's a member of different organization: in Imus Wheel Club (1975-1977), in Women's Auxilliary to the Misamis Occidental Medical Society (1977 to present). She's also the chairperson of the Committee on Tourism of the Congressional Spouses Foundation (1987-1995). She served as the treasurer of Mindanao Lawmakers Association in 1995-1998.
In 1995 up to present, she currently held a government position as the Representative of the 2nd District of Misamis Occidental.
Herminia M. Ramiro is popularly known to be the first ever Lady Governor of the Province of Misamis Occidental.