The Commission Chairman, Teofilo S. Pilando, Jr. was law
clerk to a Supreme Court Justice, thereafter was policy consultant to the
Senate President, trustee of the Asset Privatization Trust, and Deputy
Executive Secretary in the Office of the President.
He also served as National President of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines,
arbitrator for the International Court of Arbitration, and consultant for
World Bank and Asian Development Bank projects.
He read economics and law, having attended the University of the Philippines,
Dalhousie University, Hague Academy of International Law, and
was senior member of Oxford's St. Antony's College.
His professional affiliation includes the American Bar Association, British
Institute of International and Comparative Law, Pi Gamma Mu International Honor
Society in Social Science, Union Internationale des Avocats,
and the Chatham House.
Prior to her appointment as PRC Commissioner, Architect Angeline T. Chua Chiaco
served as member of the Professional Regulatory Board of Architecture from November
2006 to March 2013 and was PRC’s representative to the ASEAN Mutual Recognition
Arrangement meetings for Architecture.
Commissioner Chua Chiaco’s practice as an architect includes institutional, infrastructure,
commercial, recreational and residential projects. As an environmental planner,
she was involved in comprehensive master campus development planning, the LRT 1
project and the Legislative Executive Bases Conversion Project.
Architect Chua Chiaco obtained her Architecture degree from the University of the
Philippines and was awarded the Don Tomas Arguelles Memorial Fund in Architecture
(Gold Medal for Design). She topped the Architecture Licensure Exam in January 1976.
Architect Chua Chiaco, an ASEAN Architect and APEC Architect, is a Fellow of the United Architects of the Philippines (UAP)
and served the organization in various positions from 1984 until 2006 prior to her
appointment as member of the Professional Regulatory Board of Architecture.
Architect Yolanda David Reyes specializes in architectural design
and facility planning. She obtained her BS in Architecture in 1975 and her Master
in Architecture in 1986 from the University of Santo Tomas , College of Architecture and Fine Arts and the UST Graduate School. She completed her PhD academic units
at the School of Urban and Regional Planning of the University of the Philippines.
She was the Dean of the University of Santo Tomas College of Architecture and Fine
Arts for the period of nine years, during which time the College achieved the status
of “Center of Excellence” from the Commission on Higher Education of the Philippines.
Architect Reyes was the first woman to be Dean of University of Santo Tomas College of Architecture and
Fine Arts and to serve as National President of the United Architects of the Philippines
(UAP). She also projected the UAP and the Philippines in the international scene
as the first woman architect to be elected as Chairperson of the Architects Regional
Council of Asia or ARCASIA composed of 19 member countries in asia. She is currently
the Vice President for Region IV of the Union Internationale des Architectes.