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Mark Lapid

EFFECTIVE
Educationi
B.Sc. in Management,
Angeles University
Foundation
Masters in Development
Management, UP Los Banos
Work Experience
COO, Tourism Infrastructure
and Enterprise Zone
Authorityii (2008-Present)
Governor of Pampanga
(2004-2007)iii
Actoriv
Major Awardsv
Gawad Pampublikong
Corporasyon, Office of the
Government Corporate
Counsel (2009)
Citations from the Union of
Filipino Tourism Educators
and the National Association
of Independent Travel
Agencies(2008)
Aguman Leadership Award
by the Kapampangan of
Nevada, USA (2005)
Outstanding Public Servant
by the Angeles City Press
and Radio Club (2005)

EMPOWERING

ETHICAL

Pro-Poor Programs
Allegations
Focusing his platform
Censured multiple
on tourism as a way
time by the
vi
to create jobs
Committee on Audits
for alleged lack of
discretion in
repeatedly
dispensing
huge tourism funds
involving a five-year
lease contract of an
old building in Makati
City, in hiring
workers in excess of
need, and in giving
out cash to
different nongovernment groups
organizing events
with supposedly no
significant impact on
tourism vii

i Mark T. Lapid, Resume. Tourism Promotions Board Philippines, Accessed January 26,
2016. http://tpb.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/TIEZA-COO-MARK-T.-Lapid.pdf
ii Bueza, Michael. Mark Lapid Reappointed to TIEZA. Rappler, February 22, 2014.
http://www.rappler.com/nation/51250-mark-lapid-reappointed-tieza
iii Ibid
iv Mark Lapid Filmography, IMDb. Accessed January 26, 2016.
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1246449/
v Mark T. Lapid, Resume. Tourism Promotions Board Philippines, Accessed January 26,
2016. http://tpb.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/TIEZA-COO-MARK-T.-Lapid.pdf
vi Recuenco, Aaron B. Mark Lapid Urges Netizens to Promote Philippine Tourism. The
Manila Bulletin, December 13, 2015. http://www.mb.com.ph/mark-lapid-urges-netizens-topromote-philippine-tourism/
vii Lirio, Gerry. 3 COA Reports Censure Tourism Exec Mark Lapid Over Questionable Use
of Funds. Interaksyon, August 25, 2013. http://www.interaksyon.com/article/69310/3coa-reports-censure-tourism-exec-mark-lapid-over-questionable-use-of-funds