Ms. Lucila C. Salili

Division Chief

Ms. Lucila C. Salili hails from Calamba City. For love of country and in her desire to give back the free education she received as an “Iskolar ng Bayan”, she chose public service as her lifetime career. Initially, worked at the Department of Agriculture (DA), and later the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Philippine Shippers’ Bureau (PSB) as an Economist. She worked at PSB for over 21 years until its deactivation.

Following the creation of the Fair Trade Enforcement Bureau (FTEB) under the DTI-Rationalization Plan, Ms. Salili was appointed Division Chief of the Business Licensing and Accreditation Division (BLAD) in 2015. As such, she is committed to continual improvement of the processes and the optimum productivity of her Division. To achieve these, she has initiated and collaborated with different officers and DTI offices for the updating and revision of the implementing guidelines of the laws/issuances that her Division is charged with. Presently, she is collaborating with a developer towards a better system design for the automation of the accreditation process, previously with the one for sea freight forwarders and presently for the service and repair enterprises.

Ms. Salili holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of the Philippines – Los Baños and a Master in Business Administration degree from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. She has likewise completed units in Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning from University of the Philippines–Diliman. In addition, she has completed the Paralegal Training Program at the UP Law Center. She is also a member of Class Busilak of DTI’s Project Dalubhasa-Consumer Protection Program.

Her quest for knowledge and continuing education has motivated her to attend and complete various learning and developmental programs. She has shared this zeal with her colleagues in her Division by providing them with opportunities to attend similar training.

Rooted in the belief that “Everything that comes is a blessing”, Ms. Salili does some volunteer works.