SUBIC BAY

SUBIC BAY

METROPOLITAN AUTHORITY

SUBIC BAY METROPOLITAN AUTHORITY
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Board of Directors

The SBMA Chairman, the Administrator and the members of the Board of Directors are appointed by the President of the Philippines to serve for a term of six (6) years, except for the representatives of the local government units who serve for a term of three (3) years.

As provided for in Sec. 13 (c) of Republic Act 7227, or the Bases Conversion and Development Act of 1992, the SBMA Board of Directors "shall be composed of fifteen (15) members, to wit:

  1. Representatives from different sectors such as the local government units that concur to join the
    Subic Special Economic Zone;
  2. Two (2) representatives from the National Government;
  3. Five (5) representatives from the private sector coming from the present naval stations, public works center,
    ship repair facility, naval supply depot and naval air stations; and
  4. The remaining balance to complete the Board shall be composed of representatives from the business and investment sectors."
HON. MARTIN B. DIÑO

HON. MARTIN B. DIÑO

Chairman & Head of Agency

Martin "Bobot" B. Diño has dedicated his life and career in public service as a man for the people.

He began his career in local governance at a young age. From 1978 to 1986, he was Area Coordinator of the City Government of Quezon City conducting basic orientation to local elected officials on barangay administration. He was directly involved in the dynamics of the said local government unit and its citizens.

Mr. Diño is also a pioneer member of the PDP-Laban upon its inception in 1984, as well as a trainer for Federalism. An adept instructor, He has circled the rural areas of the Philippines not only to orient the grassroots sector of the party's vision, goals and principles, but also to educate Filipinos on the concept of Federalism and how it directly benefits our countrymen. He became Secretary General of PDP-Laban in October, 2015 up to the present.

He again served the local government as Barangay Captain of San Antonio in Quezon City for three terms, from 1994 to 2007, lending his knowledge and experience in local governance and as a member of the PDP-Laban. He was able to establish in his community an efficient and sustainable barangay administration which focused on discipline, anti-crime and anti-drug policies. It was during his tenure that his community achieved the status of a drug-free barangay in Quezon City.

Mr. Diño is also currently Chairman of the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption or VACC. He was also VACC President from 2000 to 2010 and VACC Spokesman from 1998 to 2000. Unlike other non-government organizations, the VACC actively took part in filing and initiating high-profile cases against erring and corrupt government officials and employees. Among these cases were the plunder case against former president Manila mayor Joseph Estrada and the unexplained wealth case against former PNP chief Alan Purisima.

On heinous crimes, the VACC under his watch also actively took part in the long drawn Vizconde massacre case and the conviction of US serviceman Lance Corporal Daniel Smith in the 2005 Subic rape case. Moreover, Mr. Diño personally took active part in the filing of charges and conviction of Leo Echagaray, the first Filipino who was meted the death penalty in 1993 for raping his 10-year old daughter.

In September 2016, Mr. Diño was appointed Chairman of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority by the man whom he gave way to, to run as President of the Philippines in the elections, the same man who is now our President – Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

ATTY. WILMA T. EISMA

ATTY. WILMA T. EISMA

Administrator & Chief Executive Officer

Atty. Wilma "Amy" T. Eisma is a seasoned lawyer with over 23 years of experience in both government service and the private sector.

Prior to her appointment as SBMA administrator and chief executive officer, she was the corporate, government and regulatory affairs, community and farmer relations, and diversity and inclusion manager of the Philippine affiliate of Philip Morris International (PMI), PMFTC, Inc. and Philip Morris Philippines Manufacturing, Inc. (PMPMI) for 15 years. Her close and smooth work with the local leaf supply chain of PMI resulted to internationally-acclaimed farmer programs, best practice systems, and leading innovations in agriculture labor relations, communication programs, and government relation strategies in the supply chain setting.

She successfully managed over three million dollars in contributions and community relations and farmer relations budget annually. She also handled and coordinated with NGO and government partners in the implementation of PMI projects. Moreover, she provided direction, supervision, and management of the company’s public affairs and contribution programs, the majority of which received various international awards in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Her knowledge in government processes, culture, and engagement brought about the enactment of the Philippine Tobacco Regulatory Act of 2003 and the Amendment to the Excise Law in 2005 and 2012.

In 2005, as Manager for Government Relations, she received the PMI President’s Award. Her work also earned her the PMI Excellence Award in 2003, 2007, and 2011. She was recognized in 2009 as an awardee of the PMI Best Contribution Program, and in 2010, the PMI Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award.

Atty. Eisma is much at home in the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority. As a young lawyer, she started her career as the Executive Assistant to the Chairman and member of the Legal Department during the Agency’s early years (1993 to 1998). During her tenure, she assisted in the efficient administration and supervision of SBMA, including policy-making and issues and crisis management. She was a member of the Agency team that successfully negotiated the World Bank’s assistance, as well as the entry/investment of Federal Express and various international and local investors, resulting in the creation of thousands of jobs. Furthermore, she represented SBMA in local judicial courts and oversaw the SBMA Housing Department.

Before joining the private sector, she continued her public career as Head Executive Assistant and Legal Counsel to the House of Representative’s Majority Floor Leader from 1998 to 2000, and thereafter, as Chief of Staff of the Secretary of the Department of Trade and Industry for a year.

A member of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines, Atty. Eisma holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence, Ateneo De Manila University, College of Law. She was also a member of the Philippine Delegation, 1989 UNIV Forum in Rome, Italy.

BENNY D. ANTIPORDA

BENNY D. ANTIPORDA

 

Benny Diaz Antiporda is an accomplished broadcast journalist with close to two decades of experience in the field.

He is currently a program anchor for Hotspot on the Global News Network and publisher for Remate News Central.

Mr. Antiporda has had a long and storied career in mass communication, starting in the mid-90s as a photo correspondent and eventually as a program anchor for Power Point, a radio program that aired simultaneously on RHTV and DZRH. In addition, he has worked for the government since the mid-2000s, having been assigned as Task Force Head for the Presidential Assistance on Local Governance in 2006 and Head of the Special Operations Group (SOG) and Director of the Strategic Information Service (Counter-Intelligence) for the Presidential Anti-Smuggling Group (PASG) in 2007 and 2008.

As a committed member of the mass media, he has also served as head for various civic organizations: President for the Confederation of ASEAN Journalists in 2013, President of Pasay City Host Lions Club in 2012 and 2013, President of the National Press Club of the Philippines in 2008 and 2012, President of the Alyansa ng Filipinong Mamahayag in 2006 and 2010, Chairman of the Board of BS Employees Cooperative in 2001, and as Chairman and Founder of Ahon Pamilyang Lansangan Foundation from 2005 to present.

MARIA CECILIA BOBADILLA-BITARE

MARIA CECILIA BOBADILLA-BITARE

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDWIN Y. ENRILE

EDWIN Y. ENRILE

 

 

 

 

 

 

JULIUS S. ESCALONA

JULIUS S. ESCALONA

 

 

 

 

 

 

JORGE S. ESTANISLAO

JORGE S. ESTANISLAO

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAN JOSHUA F. KHONGHUN

JAN JOSHUA F. KHONGHUN

 

 

ATTY. TOMAS F. LAHOM III

ATTY. TOMAS F. LAHOM III

 

  Atty. Tomas F. Lahom, III is a renowned lawyer, certified public accountant and seasoned organic farm owner.

  He is currently the owner-proprietor of Lahom Farms, an organic farm based in Barangay Dona Lucia, Quezon, Nueva Ecija and treasurer of the Board of Directors of the Novo Ecijano Teachers’ Mutual Benefit Association in Cabanatuan City.

  He has had a vibrant career in both the private and public sector, starting in 1980 as a Cost Accountant for SyCip Salazar Feliciano Hernandez Law Office in Makati. By 1988, he was a partner at Reyes Coronel Lahom & Madarietta Law Offices and in 1992, made the transition to the public sector when he worked as Chief of Staff for then Philippine Senator, Nikki M.L. Coseteng. From then on, he worked as Provincial Board Secretary for the Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Nueva Ecija in 1992 and 2004, a Consultant for the Office of the Governor of Nueva Ecija in 1996, a Legislative Staff Chief / Chief Political Affairs Officer for Congresswoman Josefina M. Joson in 1998 and 2010, a partner at Vivero Ferrer Lahom & Bahia Law Offices in 2002, a Political Affairs Officer III for Congressman Eduardo Nonato N. Joson in 2007, and a Municipal Government Department Head (MDRRMO) for Quezon, Nueva Ecija in 2015.

  Atty. Lahom is an active member and officer of multiple professional and civic groups. As a veteran lawyer and accountant, he is a member of both the Integrated Bar of the Philippines and Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is also a Past Master of Nueva Ecija Lodge No. 73, Free and Acepted Masons of the Philippines; Past District Grand Lecturer for Masonic District R3-D, Grand Lodge of the Philippines; as well as Past Grand Judex of the San Beda Chapter of Lex Talionis Fraternitas, Inc.

  Moreover, Atty. Lahom is an avid environmentalist having co-founded the Philippine Lepidoptera Society, a National Geographic recognized group of moths and butterfly enthusiasts involved in the documentation, photography, identification and discovery of Philippine Moths and butterflies.

  He earned his Tertiary degree in BSc (Accounting and Auditing) from San Beda College in 1976 and his Bachelor of Laws from the San Beda College of Law in 1981, for both of which, he received numerous awards and citations.

MARVIN TED R. MACAPAGAL

MARVIN TED R. MACAPAGAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JULITA S. MANAHAN

JULITA S. MANAHAN

 

Julita Singson Manahan is a veteran civil servant - having over five decades of serving as a government official.

While she is now a consultant for the Philippine Amusement & Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) she first started out as a stenographer Bureau of Customs in 1965. With her competency and professionalism, she moved up the ranks - becoming District Collector in 1995, Deputy Commissioner of the Internal Administration Group (IAG) in 1995 and eventually as OIC-Commissioner for the Bureau in 1999 and 2000. In addition, she has worked with the SBMA in 2006 as a consultant for freeport and custom affairs.

She also has extensive experience in the private sector. She served as Insurance and Brokerage Corporation Director for Banco de Oro in 2005; Director and Corporate Secretary for Bataan Shipyard and Engineering Co. Inc. in 2002; Capital Director, Capital Chairman of the Audit Committee, and Board Adviser for ESB Savings for EPCI in 2007; and as Director & Chairman of UCPB General Insurance Corporation in 2007 up to 2011.

Ms. Manahan has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Commerce, a Master and a Doctorate Degree in Public Administration from Manuel L. Quezon University.

ROGELIO G. ROQUE

ROGELIO G. ROQUE

 

Rogelio G. Roque is an accomplished civil servant with close to 30 years of experience in the field.

As an elected member of the Sanguniang Panlalawigan for ten years and elected vice governor (from 1998 to 2004) of the Province of Bataan, he has effected changes to the improvements of his constituents’ lives.

Mr. Roque initiated a program that has come to be widely known as the “Pawikan Conservation and Protection Program”. The program, which is based in the town of Morong, Bataan, has been recognized by the United Nations Development Programme and has served as a model in marine life conservation and protection programs in other places.

He also conceptualized and put into action the highly successful “Kontra Kalat sa Dagat” program, a coastal clean-up project which accorded him a special citation from the Environment Protection Management Forum held in the People’s Republic of China.

Furthermore, he worked for the development and maintenance of a Labor-Management Peace & Order Moratorium in the former Bataan Export Processing Zone (BEPZ) which ensured industrial peace and established and supported the Provincial Employment Office which secured stable jobs to a substantial number of workers in Bataan.

Mr. Roque has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Adamson University and finished his secondary education at the Bataan National School of Arts & Trade.

STEFANI C. SAÑO

STEFANI C. SAÑO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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