Honorable Allan R.G. Ungacta

Honorable Allan R.G. Ungacta

Mayors Council of Guam

Mayors Council of Guam

Honorable Allan R.G. Ungacta

Mayor Allan Raymond Garcia Ungacta was born on August 29, 1971 in the central village of Mangilao as the second child of five children of Peter T. and Rosalind G. Ungacta. He is married to Felicia Martinez Salas (Rambat), the daughter of +Jose A. and +Josefina M. Salas. Together, they are proud parents of Alana Felicia and Hayes Allan Ungacta. He is the grandson of +Florencio and + Ana Garcia, and +Juan and +Rosa Ungacta.
 
Mayor Ungacta was the first person to successfully be elected to the newly created office of Vice Mayor of Mangilao, serving two terms spanning from January 2009 to December 2016. Receiving encouragement and strong support from family members and village organizers, he was convinced to seek the office of Mayor.
 
Allan’s maternal and paternal families, known as “Kala” and “Dingo” families, are rooted in the Chamorro traditions of close family ties, respect and religious faith.
 
Mayor Ungacta spent his elementary and middle school years at Saint Francis School in Yona and Untalan Middle School in Barrigada. Graduating from Guam Community College in 1989 with a vocational career studies in electronics, Allan found himself involved with various school activities.
 
Immediately after graduation, Allan worked at N.P.Tech, and in 1991 was hired by Mangilao Mayor’s Office as maintenance worker, working his way up to the position of Administrative Assistant to Mayor Nonito Blas. He is a member of the Knight of Columbus and the Mangilao Municipal Planning Council.
 
Allan acquired a great deal of knowledge during his 17 years of working in the Mayor’s Office and in his eight years as Vice Mayor, through his involvement in numerous island-wide and community related projects and activities.
 
Mayor Ungacta’s dedication to helping village residents and their families with their needs and improving infrastructure in the village played a major role in his success in becoming Mayor of Mangilao.
 
 
Traditional Village Name: Mangilao • Population: 15,191
• Village Flower: Red Rose or Rock Rose