SEIPI President

The Office of the President, the Management Committee (Mancom) and the operations team compose the main working group of SEIPI, tasked to implement its various plans and programs. The goal is to make SEIPI the benchmark industry organization by enabling and driving efficient and effective professional business services and solutions from SEIPI members and its key stakeholders.

The President plans, leads, organizes and implements industry actions on important issues, with the view of strengthening the sector and helping it to sustain the growth it has achieved through the years.

 

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Dr. Danilo C. Lachica
President

Katrina Llorin – Magcalayo
Business Lead for External Affairs
Assistant Corporate Secretary
Michelle Menor
Business Lead for Finance & Administration
Mabelle Dela Cruz
Business Lead for Training and Human Resources
Katherine D. Reyes
Industry Analyst
Analin A. Lozano
Finance Staff
Leila L. Guinto
Events & Training Coordinator
Reggielynne P. Tirona
Industry Analyst
Percival Blancafor
Administrative Staff
Daisy Anacelle Toledo
Industry Analyst
Rochelle Marie A. Ramos
Industry Analyst
Erika Ana C. Littaua
Industry Analyst
Lezlie Batarao
Industry Analyst

Christopher Miguel C. Saulo
Industry Analyst

The SEIPI Networking Committees (NWCs) comprised of the mid-level management, such as Directors, Managers and Supervisors, meet regularly. There are eight (8) NWCs covering functional areas that are vital to the success of the industry. These are safety and environmental protection and plant engineering, manufacturing engineering, finance, information and technology, logistics, human resource, purchasing and asset protection. All member companies are eligible to send their representatives to various NWCs. Considered as the core of SEIPI’s activities, these NWCs act as the platforms for benchmarking and exchange of ideas among peers of mid-level managers from the various member companies.
  • NWCs act as the platform for benchmarking and exchanging of ideas.
  • There are monthly NWC Meetings and active e-groups which can facilitate exchange of information and advice on best-known practices in their respective companies.
  • SEIPI provides learning centers for NWCs use and assigned coordinators to implement its activities and initiatives.

One of SEIPI’s objectives is to strengthen the global competitiveness of the industry. Through the NWCs, SEIPI organizes a wide variety of training programs geared to the current needs of members.

The eight (8) Networking Committees are:

  1. AESSEP Association of Electronics and Semiconductor for Safety and Environmental Protection
  2. ASEFEX – Association of SEIPI Finance Executives
  3. ASEMEP – Association of Semiconductor and Electronics Manufacturing Engineers of the Philippines
  4. ASITEP – Association of SEIPI Information Technology Executives and Professionals
  5. ASPA – Association of SEIPI Personnel Administrators
  6. ASPM – Association of SEIPI Purchasing Managers
  7. ASLM – Association of SEIPI Logistics Managers
  8. APPS – Asset Protection Professionals of SEIPI

Technical Working Group

SEIPI creates different Technical Working Groups (TWGs) as the need arises. A NWC addresses the member’s priority issues and concerns and represents the industry in public for a.

  • TWG on Power
  • TWG on Labor
  • TWG on Allied and Support Industries

Membership Committee

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Recruit new member companies with your primary focus (MNC’s).
  2. Screen and approve the application of new members through email.
  3. Recommend SEIPI membership policy guidelines.
  4. Attend the SEIPI Membership Committee meetings.
  5. Select the head of the SEIPI Membership Committee.

Sports and Recreation Committee

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Provide directions and identify sports fellowships and recreational programs that would develop camaraderie, friendship and networking among the members of the industry.
  2. Recommend SEIPI sports and recreation policies and procedural guidelines (if needed).
  3. Promote the identified SEIPI sports and recreation programs; communicate the value and benefits of joining; and encourage participation of members in these identified programs.
  4. Attend the SEIPI Sports and Recreation Committee meetings.
  5. Select the head of the SEIPI Sports and Recreation Committee.

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