Philip Ella Juico

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Philip Ella Juico is the current Dean of the De La Salle Graduate School of Business (De La Salle-GSB). He has also held several key government positions in the past, including the post of Secretary of the Department of Agrarian Reform during the term of former President Corazon Aquino.

Management Experience

Aside from being the Secretary of the Department of Agrarian Reform from July 23, 1987 to July 1, 1989, Juico has also held several management positions in the past: as commissioner of the Philippine Basketball League from 1993 to 1994, later becoming the chairman of the Philippine Sports Commission from 1996 to 1998. It was during his term as PSC commissioner that the first Brunei-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East Asian Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) Friendship Games was held in 1996.

He also served as the president and the chief executive officer of the government-owned IBC-13 television network.

As the current dean of the De La Salle-GSB, Juico pioneered the creation of the first dual-degree postgraduate program in the Philippines, the Master of Buisiness Administration - Juris Doctor (MBA-JD) program.


Juico is also a columnist for several broadsheets, writing Sports For All in the Philippine Star and The View From Taft in Buisness World. He has also written a book entitled “Sports and Governance: Pole-Vaulting into the 21st Century,” published by the De La Salle University Press in 2000; and the foreword of the book “Cory: An Intimate Portrait,” published by Anvil Publishing in 2009.


Juico holds a Master of Business Management degree from the Asian Institute of Management.


Juico was one of the TOYM Awardees for Government Science in 1987.

Private life

His son, Joseph Juico, is currently serving as a councilor in the first district of Quezon City.

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