Raphael Lotilla Biography

Raphael Lotilla is a Filipino lawyer, businessman and government official. He is currently serving as secretary of the Department of Energy.

In 2012, Raphael Lotilla was nominated to become the chief justice of the Supreme Court but he declined maintaining that the seniority tradition of the court must be followed.

Personal Information
Complete Name –> Raphael Perpetuo Lotilla
Nickname –> Popo
Birth Date –> N/A (Age: )
Hometown –> Sibalom, Antique, Philippines

Family
* Secreatry Raphael Lotilla hails from a well-to-do family in Antique Province.

Education
College –> University of the Philippines
Degree –> Psychology and History
Law School – University of the Philippines
Graduate School – Master of Laws, University of Michigan

Political Career / Work Experiences
2005-2007, 2022-Present – Secretary, Department of Energy
* Former Independent Director, Aboitiz Power
* Former Independent Director, ENEXOR Bioenergy
* Former Faculty Member, Asian Institute of Management
* Former Executive Director, Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA)
* Former Member of the Board, First Metro Investment Corporation
* Former Trustee, Philippine Institute for Development Studies
* Former Chairman of the Board, Asia-Pacific Pathways to Progress Foundation
* Former Member of the Advisory Board, Ateneo de Manila University Professional Schools
2005 – President and CEO, Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (PSALM)
1996-2004 – Deputy Director-General (DDG) with the rank of Undersecretary, National Economic Development Authority
* Former supervising official of the secretariat, Legislative-Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC)
1989-1996 – Director of the Institute of International Legal Studies, UP Law Center
1985-1996 – Professor, UP College of Law
1983-1984 – Editor-in-Chief, Philippine Collegian

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