Marquez “Mark” Go Biography

Marquez Go is a Filipino businessman and politician. He is the currently serving his second term as congressman representing the lone legislative district of Baguio City in Benguet Province. Running under the Nacionatista Party (NP) in the May 13, 2019 elections, he won over incumbent mayor and former congressman Mauricio Domogan of the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA), former congressman Nicasio Aliping Jr of the Liberal Party (LP), and former mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. of Lakas Christian Muslim Democrats.

Personal Information
Complete Name –> Marquez Ocampo Go
Nickname –> Mark
Birthdate –> September 28, 1952 (Age 67)
Birthplace –> Philippines

Family Background and Childhood
Spouse –> Soledad Go
Children –> 5

Educational Attainment
College – University of the Philippines
Course – AB Political Science
Master’s Degree – University of the Philippines
Course – Management
* Doctor of Humanities,honoris causa conferred by Lyceum Northwestern University in 2002

Work Experiences
2019-Present – Chairperson, House Committee on Higher and Technical Education
2016-Present – Congressman
* Assistant Professor, University of the Philippines Baguio
* Human Resources Director, Texas Instrument
* Site Services Director, Cypress Manufacturing
* Director and Chairman, Baguio Water District
* Director, John Hay Poro Point Development Corporation

Achievements and Awards
2015 Distinguished Alumni Service Awardee, UP Alumni Association
1998 Outstanding Citizen of Baguio

Bills Authored or Co-authored that became Laws
RA 10931 – Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education[6]
RA 11036 – National Mental Health Act
RA 11084 – Increasing the bed capacity of Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (BGHMC)
RA 11223 – Universal Health Care Act of 2019

* Mark Go authored other bills including
House Bill No. 6974 – Baguio, La Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan, Tuba, and Tublay Development Authority (BLISTTDA)
House Bill No. 9156 – Free Dialysis and Renal Treatment to Indigent Patients

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